Hotel Triunfo Granada Sur
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... of the Torrente, where there is some spectacular rock scenery. Niguelas gradually drops away below and the views across to the Sierra Almijara get better and better. And the snow on the upper parts of the Sierra Nevada gets closer.
I'm making plenty of stops on the constant ascent, but it's difficult to decide on a turn-round point. I was expecting the track to go roughly east or south-east, but in fact it's bending round to the north-east. I eventually settle on ...
... it was strange to just give two days notice," I said, thinking it must be in November. That'd make more sense. So, we traipsed back to the beach and our friends who were visiting, both actually feeling relieved as we didn't feel like it anyway and thought we would re read the invitation when we got home. At least I was way ahead with the present. As it reached half past seven, I decided to cycle home before it got dark and meet Gareth and the boys back at home. As ...
... until next time. If you come get here before 8.00 and don't get on the long queue but go to the kiosk for ticket collection and you can pay by credit card. This is a top tip! There is a Parador hotel inside for those of you who are rich. We stayed at the Ibis and the taxi to the Alhambra was about 15 euros. See the pics and there are ...
... thing to drink was alcohol, so when the poor workers went on siesta and they could only afford to buy either a drink or food- and of course they ended up completely drunk! A law was passed that with every drink you must provide some food!
After that we wandered back home for a much needed siesta.
So yesterday evening, we arrived in Granada pretty late. We only grabbed some dinner near our hostel (I had a Bolognese pasta and Dilyara had vegetarian pasta) and wound up sleeping around 11:30 PM.
We woke up this morning at 9AM and got ready to ensure that we would make the 11AM free tour in Granada.
Arriving at Plaza Nueva at 11AM, we were just in time for the tour and set off. The tour took us all over Granada and we saw all of the nooks and crannies ...