Hotel Los Berchules
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... and I was determined to swim in the water. When I got down to the water I notice that the whole lake is filled with thousands of tiny fish. When you put your foot in the water they all swim away, but if you stay still, they will swarm and eat off the dead skin. So creepy. One of my companions assure me they aren't dangerous, and we decide to go swimming anyway. There's a beautiful cave across the lake and I convince one of the guys to swim there with me, ...
... of the Torrente, where there is some spectacular rock scenery. Niguelas gradually drops away below and the views across to the Sierra Almijara get better and better. And the snow on the upper parts of the Sierra Nevada gets closer.
I'm making plenty of stops on the constant ascent, but it's difficult to decide on a turn-round point. I was expecting the track to go roughly east or south-east, but in fact it's bending round to the north-east. I eventually settle on ...
... a bit more before heading back up the hill. There is a bus every ten minutes but it is actually quite an easy climb. Part of the climb is filled with shops either side selling Turkish products. Also lots of Turkish teahouses. Dinner tonight at El Balcon de San Nicolas overlooking the Alhambra. Expected an amazing view but an average meal. I owe them an apology!! Turned out to be highlight number 3 ( after bomfumerier and flamenco ). ...
... this place. I have never seen anything like this, all the fine stone detail, a maze of passageways and archways with beautiful sculptured walls and ceilings. Each turn took me to another breathtaking area of full of historic architecture, art and beauty.
The pictures I took will not do the Alhambra justice, I took 102 and have uploaded some to try and share this amazing UNESCO world heritage site. Truly a pearl set in emeralds (thanks ...
... architecture, the Alambra is a sight to see. The gardens truly feel like a paradise designed for the gods, and the temples include intricate, beautifully crafted details lost to the unknowing eye.
Cordoba was a personal favorite. I guess I am naturally drawn to smaller cities, such as old town Valencia. I enjoy the quaint, homey feel, and the kind-hearted honest working people. Sevilla was ...