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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s some welcome shade here at the bottom of what looks like it might be quite a steep climb. We've only gone a few metres when we have to step aside for a passing vehicle. The driver stops and gives us some advice about the route ahead. It's clear we have to keep to the right and not go left, but neither our Spanish nor his English is up to clarifying exactly where we have to do this!
Just a bit further on, there's a ...
... These looked so much more prosperous than the ones seen previously, such a change over a short distance. Drove up to about 2000 metres. Even spotted a couple of patches of last year's snow. Admired the handsome Italian Renaissance castle, Castilo de la Calahorra, from a distance. Drove off road once in search of two "lakes" that turned out to be green water reservoirs! Then arrived at our friend Frankie's house near ...
... very prestigious plan and on paper it looked do-able.. however almost everything that could go wrong went wrong. The bus we took from San Francisco to Los Angeles was run by Chinese and their final stop in Los Angeles was in the middle of China town. Until we found out how to get to the airport to get our rented car and find the way to my great uncle it was passed midnight and to top it off he did not open the door. That night we searched for 4 hours until we found a hotel that ...
... Stace through the alley. He told Stace “no fear”, just go. I think there was about 1 ½ inches or less on either side of the car (and that’s with the mirrors pulled in, which people do all the time here). It was CRAZY. Eventually we paid a taxi a few euros to lead us to our hotel. We were so relieved to be inside, it was close to midnight at that point. Stace had to find parking on the other side of the river and then walk 30 ...
... finish at the Court of Lions, which unfortunately was under renovation. Usually, in quite the Moorish architectural setting, you would have the rotating, musical lion water statues...but, what can you do?!
After the phenomenal Alhambra, Emily went for a massage, I strolled the city a bit and then we all met up for dinner and a fun, yet uneventful night in fabulous Granada!