Address: Avda. Gonzalez Robles, 5, Orgiva, Andalusia, 18400, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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    Camino de los Mineros

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Oct 30, 2014

    13 photos

    It's a route based on nothing more than an information board by the side of the road, with a bit of additional information from the web. Pity that the two sources conflict in respect of the distances they give, but there isn't much difference between an 8km walk and a 14km walk, is there?

    Although it's the end of October, the weather is still warm and sunny as John and I set out up the track behind the information board, ...

    Sierra Nevada and we met an old friend.

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Sep 05, 2014

    9 photos

    We left the camp and set off up the motorway, so hot and dry, the county almost like a desert. So much so, in fact, we came to Mini Hollywood, Texas Hollywood and Western Leone, all theme parks in the desert that have been used for Clint Eastwood Wild West movies, among others. After lunch, we drove over the Sierra Nevada range of mountains. Quite spectacular scenery, desert peaks, hair pin bends, narrow roads and pretty ...

    Part 2.

    A travel blog entry by jonnystanners on Jul 13, 2013

    10 photos

    ... t give a plump dig giddy hog because what he transparently enjoyed most was the communication. Jose was his name and he was from Granada. He was 71 and as sweet as a fresh and delicious almond, and I'm certain that he would make a fantastic tour guide if only I'd had an interpreter (I'm sure I know one but sadly she's not here with me)......He had been in Almeria on account of his gammy leg I think but he was impressed with my endeavours ...

    Granada, Part Two

    A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 22, 2013


    ... Yes, I think a lot has changed in the Alhambra after 42 years, but obviously their friendship has not! We all loved to people watch. We noticed many things. Known as a place for romance, their was a lot of kissing going on; some needed to get a room. It is not a place for young children it is too long and difficult for them and they can not touch anything! They are very strict about that, even the marble columns are not to be touched. To walk up requires buns of steel, it was a long ...

    La Furia Roja

    A travel blog entry by kristendavila on Jul 03, 2012

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... was probably one of the coolest feelings to finally see them in person right in front of me. I like to believe that Casillas waved to me. After, they had a concert and introduced the players. I am so lucky not only to be studying in Spain right now, but to be studying in the heart..Madrid. The Spaniards' love for futbol, and for their country, is both invigorating and contagious. La Furia Roja will always be a part of me.

    Tomorrow is July ...