Hotel Rural Real de Laroles
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... br> and Life is good and I feel happy all the time...
made some gardens,
I suppose that,
He may be pardoned,
When it's wetting,
Walking through them raining is not ardent...
That guide is really,
A good fellow,
Showing no signs,
Of getting mellow,
Pauses at shops,
and comfort stops,
And we even had to purchase an ...
Getting out of Granada consumed most of the morning. Great drive with spectacular views has brought us to Mairena, one of a cluster of "White Villages" on the south face of the mountain range. The mountain pass we take rises to 2000m and Mairena is 1000m. The road whilst well surfaced, isn't very wide, so some bends appear to be quite treacherous. The village is asleep but we finally track down Emma, who takes us to our room in the main homestead of Casa Rural Las Chimeneas ...
... we could get into. We stopped, got buzzed in and toured the hillside garden, shady, terraced gardens with great views across the valley to the citadel. It was very peaceful. This part of the Albaycin has more space than lower down, the predominantly white domestic buildings are interspersed with monasteries and churches( after Reconquista all mosques were repurposed). We wove our way up, following the map closely as the area has a reputation of being a maze. We came to our destination, ...
... of sangria we had followed by a fish bowl of vodka and sprite!! Amazzzzinnnnggggg.. Tour leader, Matthew, decided because we were so fun that he would take us on an unofficial pub crawl to the 1€ shot bar... Nek Minnit.. 4 blind Australians and an American pub crawl leader are downing shots and DJing in a tiny club in Granada. We got shots for free and were doing shots worth the bar tenders. apparently they own the buildings so they can sell alcohol for so cheap!! totally ...
... a bit when I get back to the states. In Spain, they usually have little or nothing at breakfast, a large lunch, and a smaller dinner. I think that I will use some variation of that when I get home (with added snacks in between). They also use olive oil for everything. Butter is exceptionally difficult to find here. The butter is usually comprised of olive oil anyway.
Here is my advice for anyone who wants to study abroad or travel to another ...