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Travel Blogs from Sierra Nevada
... to appreciate this GPS thing as it has done well for us, especially in the "recalculating" department! Granada was under construction downtown and we got into some narrow, narrow roads trying to find our parking. There are also some restricted driving areas, me thinks we got into one of those too, time will tell! The drive to Granada was outstanding! Hundreds of thousands of acres of olive trees all the way. Amazing! We took the new super highway, at times for miles we were ...
... was worth it. Off again we took an impulse to defy Rhoda (she's very forgiving) and take a detour off the A44 motorway onto the old road. This took us through a beautiful scenic rocky gorge, past a flowing river flanked by high cliffs. It didn't add much to the journey and we were back at camp by 3pm and relaxing in sun for the rest of the afternoon.
The beach bar we went to ...
... mostly seafood – some we have never seen before. 3 beers later and full stomachs, we staggered back to our ‘room with a view’ and collapsed in bed. Thank god for siesta!
But wait, what was that sound wafting up from the streets below? We were compelled to rise and pad out to the terrace to locate the source. Melodic chanting waxed and waned, with the background noise of a burble of voices. Something must be going on – a festival ...
... place is like a postcard. It took us all day to walk over the grounds. When we finished we had a quick meal (we skipped lunch) and returned to the train station. We were on an overnight train to Barcelona. However, because ashley and i dont like spending money, he was in a four bed male room and i was in a four bed female room, 5 doors down rhe corridor. It doesnt matter when you are aslerp. So I guess tomorrow I wake up in ...
... down to Granada, took over an hour with about ½ metre of snow still on the top of the car. It was so cold that even after 2 hours in an underground car park in Granada, the snow remained frozen on the car.
Had we known what was ahead of us coming home, we wouldn’t have made the stop in Granada. We set off, for what is usually a 2 hour drive home, around 6pm. At first the light snow falling was 'cute’ ...
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