Hospes Palacio de los Patos
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... tour at 3.30pm. Segway's were so cool!! You control them with your feet by literally pushing forward onto your toes to go forward, pushing down your heels to reserve and then having flat feet for a stand still / stop. We got to go all around the centre of Granada and then up the top of some hills for a great view of the castle and the city. Was about 36 degrees so we were all sweating up a storm but it was heaps of fun and we were ...
... checked the van in,.. broke out the bikes,.. and we were Ronda bound. What an amazing place we found! Even though Ronda does a roaring tourist trade,.. and is rather commercially focussed,.. the geography of this place is absolutely stunning. On our way into the old town, struggling up a small hill,.. Coll saw a Tapas Bar advertising a range of hot and cold Tapas as a lunch special. We conferred,.. and a lazy lunch of Ronda Tapas,.. and a cold beer, won out over dragging our ...
... in the van is great, it can be a little cramped.. so to find oursleves with so much space was fab!We then got to use the Spa for a couple of hours- it has a number of mineral pools, sauna, steam room, hydrating showers & rest room with heated stone sofas which we had practically to ourselves. Joy, followed by a buffet dinner, deep sleep, quick dip in the heated indoor pool in the morning and more food at the buffet breakfast. I loved it, best birthday present ever!
... be too much! The Spanish can focus on many involved topics (one flamenco place we'd passed by and were induced inside spoke of their performance being about the unrequited love between a brother and sister!) Thank goodness for that.
We wandered wearily but contentedly up the narrow and rocky lane-ways back to our apartment with stellar views over the inner areas of Granada and on to parts of the amazing Alhambra and were thankful indeed.
We didn't feel unrequited at ...
... at midday and as it rolled out we realised it was a just a regional passenger train and that we'd get in at 3 ish and so lunch would have to wait.
The train wound its way through dry, recently ploughed flatish country with occasional olive groves into increasingly hilly to mountainous land, with olives to the horizon for an hour and a half. Aquaducts, roads, tiny clustered white towns and then more olives. As we ...