Hotel Rural Real de Laroles
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- Outdoor pool
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... one was already in the car am Nd we returned the gps ?.. Go figure . Murcia was basically a lovely stop over but we had no time to really look around . The car park guys were another experience . Hope we don't see them again elsewhere but we had been warned about them . Pretty stressful day - a long drive and a really difficult venue to get to , we may laugh about this day in the future ---- but I think not ...
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 ...
... squares. We enjoyed an evening out and stayed at a B&B right in the heart of town. In the AM we picked up our rental car and spent an hour checking out the Arts and Sciences complex ( see pictures). This whole area was designed by Santiago Calatrava - another very famous, and still living, Spanish architect. He recently designed the Peace Bridge that crosses the Bow River in Calgary. Very interesting buildings which, in my view, looked better from ...
... which have the exact same view but none of the crowds/noise - a pretty nice discovery.
One interesting fact that I didn't know until Heather was reading Royal Gossip magazines in Spanish, Guillermo is the Spanish translation for William. So my name is Guillermo Andres Caballero. We haven't found the translation for Heather's name written anywhere, but if the hotel check-in staff who attempt to read her passport are any indication, then it sounds a ...
We took a very slow train at 6 am from Seville to Granada. We now appreciate the high speed trains! After leaving our stuff at the Oasis hostel, we figured out on the bus how to get BACK to the train station to reserve a ticket to Barcelona. The best we could get was a sleeper car for tomorrow night---for an extra $150. Eurail is not the bargain it used to be! In the afternoon, ...