Hotel Reina Mora
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... most romantic and impossible to reach, how its residents ever made it up there remained a mystery as we couldn't see a path at all.
Form Orgiva we went to Estepona, about two hours south and on the coast, its old town was lined with many coloured pots filled with geraniums, bourgonvillea was all around, exotic palms and ferns overflowing in plots all around the hilly whitewashed streets. The beach and promenade was wide and curving, with the modern town ...
... wondering what she was doing to me. What have I done now??? We turned her off and reverted to the old map technique and got ourselves even further off track. Doh!!!
Though we suddenly realised Ms GPS was merely doing as we'd programmed her to do. We'd asked her yesterday to avoid toll roads and major highways and we'd forgotten to change the scope of her planning. Sheesh!
With the relationship back on track, we finally managed to exit the city after a ...
9:30 came early, but I drug myself out of bed. If we don't make it to Alhambra by noon, they won't let us in. Out if the hotel by 10:30 we walked the route to the Alhambra. Should take 30 minutes but we need something to eat as well. We make a pit stop at a cafe and each get a patatas tortilla montadito (A small bocadilla), I get orange juice and Heather gets coffee. My orange juice is fresh squeezed and delicious. Needing to get to the castle on ...
... to on we knew by the ticket office. By the time we had gotten there, we decided we were going to call it a day. It was nearly 100 degrees all day and we had been in the sun for most of it so we were pretty beat. We drove back to Malaga, stopped by the grocery store to get some dinner (no lunch meat tonight) and headed back to the hotel and crashed very quickly from the very busy day. Granada was a very cool city though and one I would highly recommend. ...
... the next day. Then we went to the cathedral and also to see where Isabella and Ferdinand were buried. We had a very expensive nasty lunch. We walked around then showered up for the gypsies cave flamengo dance. It was odd to say the least. They should call it the cave of clappers. The man in the pictures is very funny. There are a bunch more tourist here than in the rest of Spain. A lot of younger ...