Hotel Puerta del Mar
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This blog entry is written after we have been travelling for a year and in two halves. One from each of us.
Blabbering by Jules
It feels as if the Gods have flicked a switch and turned Spring on in fine form. Five days of rain and foggy mist was followed by five days of howling icy wind has suddenly turned into bright clear blue skies and 26 degrees C.
From our terrace we look over the citrus and olive groves of the La Axarquia region of Andalusia. ...
... a fabulous four days and my only complaints would be the men and the mosquitoes (very similar actually), and the fact that I didn’t have someone close to me to enjoy this magical city by the sea with...maybe next time as I definitely intend on revisiting this place in the future and encourage anyone who has the chance to do the same. So much to see, explore, enjoy and discover. Satisfaction guaranteed!
... We enjoy the view and then choose which side to head down to the beach... spotting a lovely little cove, we know where we want to be ! The kids spot an ice cream stand and get some before heading to the beach. Walking through the little streets we find the stairs down to the beach. We have to walk along the water line around some giant rocks to get to a secluded cove area. It is super cool! The water is cold but the kids, Gretchen and Jim brave the waves to get ...
... after cruising through the town and bought some comfort food to make in our own kitchen.
After sleeping in as it was deadly quiet in the complex, we drove to Granada to go to the Alhambra. We had both visited it before but it is an amazing Moorish palace with lovely views over the old town and hills of Granada. It was crowded with tour groups from all over the world but we managed to avoid most of them while we wandered through the gardens and main palace.
... of different flavours. In all honesty though, I prefer the gelato in Toronto. Especially at "G for Gelato" located at corner of Jarvis and Adelaide streets. Unfortunately the gelato in Nerja was all flash and very little flavour. We ate at a lovely little cafe called "Anahi". The terrace overlooks the cliffs, beach and endless Mediterranean.
There were many interesting architectural sights representing the ...