Hotel Villa Guadalupe
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... completed about half the program on Duolingo and have about 800 Spanish words in my vocabulary give or take (the app can tell you all this). I also listened to podcasts by "Notes in Spanish" by Ben and Marina which are also very helpful to learn the important phrases and especially the street talk which I have found you will probably need the most. in addition to this i took about 6 months of Spanish lessons 1 night a week for about 1.5 hours a lesson to try and ...
... to go up to Granada, waiting for a sunny snap as the temperatures are much cooler in the mountains. I got to go walking with a local group through Sue and Robbie, a lovely couple travelling around who know this area really well and have given us great tips. The walk was in the moutain we can see from the campsite, and it was a real treat to climb up and around its peaks. Very strange to see it snow in the bar afterwards and then come dowm to bright sunshine by the coast in the same day!!
We flew into malaga, rented a car and drove down to granada. There's not much to tell about granada. We went there to explore the Alhambra (red fortress), a moorish fortress and palace which the spanish conquered and renovated. It's an architectural gem and one of the most toured sites in Spain. Unfortunately it's allure was mostly lost on us, especially since we hiked ~12+km in the Spanish summer sun. The Alhambra is prettier from afar at night versus ...
... By the way, Michele is from Northern Ireland (like Betty from the Italy tour!). Kevan is from Manchester, England and I sometimes have trouble understanding both of them—ha! Dinner was good—I tried things that I haven’t ever eaten before (some kind of seafood that was very salty). The salad was the best—avocado and tomatoes and mangoes—a surprisingly good combination. And all of these grow right here in the area. Jill told us earlier ...
... hotel and various buildings and eventually to a lovely old building which I think was used as a monastery when the Muslims left Spain hundreds of years ago.
From there, we entered the palace which was made up of several buildings. The plaster on the walls was varied on every wall in every room and it was incredibly intricate. The original colours remained in part on some of the walls and amazing that it has survived to this day. We saw where ...