Villa Turistica de Bubion
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... came when we encountered a very large number of sheep and goats being herded along a narrow path that we were walking along.
the good thing was that sheep don't attack as a 'pack' (they don't do they??) and we managed to get through the herd, sending them scrambling up the hill in panic. But not before I (Melinda) panicked first.
Goats are freaky! Be sure to play the video with the sheep and goats, its very funny.
By Melinda, fearer of Goats
... less chance of getting lost. The hardest part was finding the mountain road after going around and round in circles (following the phone GPS navigator) trying to get out of a small spanish town called La Zubia. I'm sure La Zubia is a lovely little town but not when you are getting frustrated trying to escape its tiny winding one way streets with their high walls and bad signage. Eventually we just turned the GPS off ...
... drink. However there are a lot less actual tapas restaurants, with most places serving menu del dia (a fixed price set menu) or main courses or paella. I'm happy making the most of the tapas whilst we still can but would still recommend trying some of the other offerings too. Particularly as there are a number of areas throughout the city which are know for their restaurants and so much choice if you are prepared to give things a try. Flamenco ...
... cave homes, before walking past a shop named "Kevin" and grabbing some food.
In the evening we were taken by minibus to Flamenco. However we were led to believe that we would be the only ones on the minibus - so when we clambered aboard, every one of us was shocked to discover two Chinese sitting in the ...
... you miss your window, you miss out. Likewise, if you turn up early, you're turned away.
Our overall ticket was for 2:00-8:00pm and we got there at 4:00. We looked around the Alcazar first, which is the oldest part and has great views from the towers, then at 6:00 we could go into the Nasrid Palaces. Despite the timings, there's still a bottleneck because all tickets have to be scanned through a turnstile. For some reason you have to wear your rucksack on ...