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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... is a little more hilly with more uneven streets even then Toledo- no use of the stroller! Our apartment turned out to be more of a large bare bones studio more fitting for a single person or maybe a couple who planned to be out and about all day. BUT, the area was cool and right out our door was a beautiful view of the Alhambra! The owner checked us in and told us about some different places to go. We headed down the street to ...
... the road was not "accessible". I recalled that parking in Granada was going to be a slight problem but thought we'd be able to get close enough to at least drop our gear.
We followed her instructions through a maze of narrow streets that seemed to be getting narrower as we turned precarious corners into even narrower lanes. I could almost feel scrapes on the sides of the car and began to envisage the difficulty I'd encounter when having to reverse out of this ...
... out how to get out of the airport to the city center so we can make our way to our hotel. It doesn't look that far to our hotel and the streets look well lit and populated so we decide to walk. We make it to our hotel just fine but are starving. If course it is after 2am and the clerk doesn't think anything is open but let's us know there is a convenient store a block away. With no options we take a look. Nothing is even minutely enticing and ...
... is an "alcazaba", an "alcazar" and a "medina". In English, that is a fortress, a palace and a village - all contained within high walls, totally self sufficient. The fortress was first, built out of previous ruins, 9th century, by a Moorish king. As with all fortresses, it is on a high point with great views from any of its towers over the city of Granada. A whitewashed city with narrow winding streets, very reminiscent of arabic ...
Did a drive up around the white towns - Pampanera And Trevelez - the highest town in Spain. Fantastic windy mountain roads - but so little traffic was very enjoyable.
Stopped in Lanjeron for an ice cream and a walk around ... Pretty little town. Great idea where they had shadecloth running up above the entire main street. Little alleways leading to tiny ...