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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
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 ...
... you see the photos you will know why. We are walking down the scungiest little alleyways covered in graffiti and I am about to pull the plug when we come upon the place we stay for a meal. Paul loves this place, he reckons it has a great vibe. I reckon he might have been getting some whiffs of something from the sixties on the walk here. The bar is very psychedelic, and Paul even has his photo taken with his head in a lampshade to demonstrate ...
... or being restored, which was a bit of a let down.
Again today we did a lot of walking and climbing steps nonstop since the Alhambra is on top of a hill. It was quite a change from seeing the elegance of Madrid and Paris, to the ruins of Rome, and now muslim heritage in Granada. I think southern Spain will be a nice break from the other european architectural styles, more to come ...
... ora, my seņora is hosting two other students in addition to myself. Both are attending the University of Granada this summer. Jason is from Wisconsin and goes to school in Minnesota and Jimmy is from Georgia and goes to school in Atlanta. Although at first I didn't like the idea of having other American students living with us, it's nice to have someone else to talk to (the three of us eat dinner by ourselves since Sonia doesn't eat dinner) and peers to work with on Spanish during the day. ...