Hotel Mirador Arabeluj
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... I thought there was to be WIFI on the 8 hour bus ride, and there was not…. I fumbled my way through the streets with all my luggage and a raging headache, not to mention the occasional twinge of pain coursing through my left inner thigh. I asked multiple people the way to the hostel but none knew exactly how to get there. Finally I asked in a realestate business, in my scattered spanish and they helped me! A map, english, and a chair. I was ready to set out again, this ...
... a sense of light, water and perfume (smell of the myrtles), and the palaces are so well preserved with the sumptuos marble, intricate woodwork and stuccoes, and ceramic tiles organised so symmetrically in beautiful patterns on ceilings and over arches. Other highlights of the complex are the Alcazaba, the military fortress dating from the 11th-13th centuries with stunning views from the watchtower, and the Palace of Charles V with its round dome inside a ...
... small cubic heater that we had found in Benicassim which we thought may come in handy for cold Moroccan nights!
Having collected our 2014 ACIS book from Jenny & Steve (thanks guys) which we had ordered online, we headed straight to an ACIS campsite in a small village called La Zubia on the outskirts of Granada. The campsite was called Reina Isabel (Queen Isabel) - Its funny how this immediately raises the question of "Who was ...
... turns to regurgitate the information to each other. It quickly turned into "there is a river here... This is a church... Built in blah.. The end". As we walked out of the Alhambra, Joanne and I were stopped by a gypsy (sorry my fault - this is why you do not leave me with sales people, beggars and gypsies) who proceeded to press minty smelling leaves into our hands, mumbled what I believe to be a Spanish prayer, predicted that I would have ...
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We headed out for a coffee a bit later - the streets were alive and crawling with people. We wandered and window shopped and people watched. It was relaxing not having to be somewhere or see something.