Caballo Blanco Trekking Centre

Address: Cortijo La Chaparra, Aptdo - 17, Lanjaron, Sierra Nevada National Park, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on Cortijo La Chaparra, Aptdo - 17, Lanjaron.
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    Travel Blogs from Lanjaron

    Big city, big palace, big problems.

    A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35 on Oct 10, 2013

    ... soon after. I woke to find out that Dad had gone to collect our Alhambra tickets from the reception. I may not have mentioned this yet, but getting tickets to the big palace in the big city had provided some big problems. The reason for this being that the only way to get tickets without 5 hour queues, is to book our tickets in advance. We have tried for hours and hours every day for the last three days, as more and more sessions became unavailable. We initially ...

    Day 10 - May 31, 2013

    A travel blog entry by deacondavid on May 31, 2013

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    ... as delightful. We got to the Capilla Real (Royal Chapel) by re-opening time of 4:00, and went in (it cost 4€/person). I (we) were thrilled - we got to see the sarcophagi and coffins (in the crypt below) of Ferdinand and Isabella! I actually got an illegal picture of the coffins (see picture)!! The rest of the chapel altars and art were impressive, as well, and the museum was nice; lots of royal vestments of Ferdinand and ...

    Hi ho, hi ho, its off to Granada we go.

    A travel blog entry by nadia.melham on Mar 27, 2013

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    We arrived in Granada at midnight-ish so we literally checked into our hostel and carked it. There were a few things about this hostel we found rather interesting such as only having one power point in a 3 share room, and the window that was interestingly placed in the bathroom so that when you shower you can see your silhouette from the common room – keep to the wall ladies. Luckily it was not a busy hostel.

    The next day we did a ...

    "Did a Stately Pleasure Dome Decree..."

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Aug 17, 2012

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    ... Koran, or Arabic poetry. The tiles are reminiscent of Tunisia, and fountains grace airy courtyards that serve to cool the buildings. While the rest of Christiandom was busy launching Crusades to kill the Infidel, dying of plague and taking a bath once a year, whether they needed it or not, the (Infidel) population of Granada was thriving and taking advantage of the magnificent running water that supplied 27 public bathhouses, where Christians, Jews ...

    Dan´s place - living on a mountain........

    A travel blog entry by philnic_euro on Aug 09, 2012

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    ... U.K while we were there and we spent an wonderful night with her and her host family, Alan's Dad and step mum. A wonderful meal of Indian food was laid on for all and we had such a good night. It felt great to be that welcomed into a group of people we had only known for a short while. We are both very proud that how we worked at Boom made us so many friends.

    We spent over a week at Lanjaron doing very little ...