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- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... tougher as we come out of the shade and into the sun.
Eventually we reach a path junction. The right fork has a line of stones across it - usually a sign that this is not the way to go. The left fork has a cairn next to it, usually an indication that this is the route to follow. So we go left. After a bit more ascent, we reach a substantial track, which we can see winding up towards our present position from the valley far ...
... s new, good camera). Then we hopped another minibus back to our hotel. If the Harry Potter Knight Bus was actually a minibus in the real world, then we were on it. I swear it should have been a Disney ride; whipping around tight corners, jolting to stops, and speeding downhill over bumpy cobblestone streets on a ridge overlooking the city below. At one point we were stuck on a downhill slope for an undetermined traffic reason and the driver got out to go see what ...
... was led by a local guide who had studied history and knew it all inside and out. It has had a very colourful past over many hundreds of years. I spent the afternoon in town while Bob caught up with Aussie Rick. We enjoyed a lovely dinner with Rick, Connie, son Levi and his wife Lizzie, who were all doing extended travel. Back to the cave. It was now becoming quite uncomfortable being in the cave. I had swept many times, even the benches, everything was covered in white ...
Sara enjoyed a long (and rare) soak in a bath, before leaving Annes, got a lift back up to Sarah's with Jerry and Kate.
Got the van back down the "track" to the main road, then drove to the camp ground just near Orgiva.
Left the van in ...
... is one of the most famous attractions in Europe, and it’s not hard to see why. Besides the gorgeous architecture and gardens, there are many gorgeous views from La Alhambra of the attraction itself, to the city of Granada and the mountains beyond. Fact: La Alhambra sells out every day so if you ever go – which is well worth it, I might add – make sure to reserve your tickets ahead of time. We spent four ...