Puerta de Las Granadas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... not visit the beaches in New Zealand around this time. So far, all the places that we've been to have been over 35 degrees so I have practically been melting out of my skin when I step onto the streets. Malaga though, has been the coolest which is great. I think it's good for mum and dad too as they don't have to put up with all my whining ;)
I have loved seeing all the amazing churches here. Aunty Tan, Aunty Pascal, ...
... a wonderful explore of the town, lots of photos and Tapas (Sangria and the complimentary snack that comes with it) for 'lunch' we crashed on the coach and just planned the next few days (stopping to plan a holiday when your on a holiday requires lots more patience and discipline than you would think). We finished our day with a late dinner at an over priced tourist restaurant (even experienced travellers get ...
... plants that were not native to Spain, such as orange trees and roses and ... other things that I've forgotten. Even in the rooms there would be fountains and running water, as apparently this not only helped to cool down the room, but the sound of the gurgling water was pleasing and relaxing. Within the complex, you could see the different influences that the Alhambra had gone through. The architecture was mostly Islamic but here and there, ...
... That was another thing I liked for the college budget.
Like I said, Friday morning we left for a weekend trip with our program. After waiting almost 45 minutes for several people, we left (leaving 3 behind who eventually bought tickets and met us there). Gibralter was the first stop. It was an unfortunate day as far as weather was concerned.. the sun was trying to come out but as we got closer to the border, the clouds got darker. It started sprinkling as soon ...
... Tiny alleys and stairs run down the hillside, packed with white painted houses with terracotta roofs.
It was certainly pretty, but the atmosphere wasn't very comfortable. It was siesta time/lunch time, so there was almost no-one around, but this was in contrast to the many tourists in the main streets below. We wondered if it was because the area is known for increased thefts from tourists. We gave in to the heat after about 20 minutes and retreated ...