Travel Blogs from Orgiva
... locations in Europe. I've been there three times now, and I'd still be happy to go back. I enjoyed this trip more than the one in November, with the better hostel and better weather conditions (actually, I would say we had perfect weather). Emily really enjoyed Granada as well and went so far as to mention that she could see herself living there for a while. It's just a fun town to see with endless nooks and crannies to continue ...
... or simply eat at one of the district’s fine restaurants. There is also public transportation to the Albaicin’s district from the Cathedral every 15 minutes.
Granada’s cathedral is beautiful and worth not only visiting but getting the audio guide as well. As for the city, other important sights are: Congress Palace, The University, Cartuja Monastery, Science Park and The Bullfight Plaza.
-I arrived in Granada from Seville by bus, the bus ride ...
whitewashed hobbles, cave houses. Then there the great restaurants with
the free tapas with any drink, the cafe con leche, and the Jamon
Iberico produced from pigs that live strictly on a acorn diet. It's a wonderful wonderful place to live and we are really enjoying it.
Best of all, is the people. I think the people here are amongst the most warm, friendly and open people I've met anywhere.
Chari is ...
... and it came with a free tapas plate of baby octopus tentacles some ricey thing and bread (my mind is definitely got Spanish floating around now, first thing that came to my mind just then was the Spanish word, pan, instead of bread). The place itself had this lovely blue lighting and an aquarium behind the bar. But all up it came to around $7AUD! At home a place like that could easily have hit $20 just for the wines, I'd say $30 including the ...
... to make them, and then told me to look in the grocery store. Maybe then I would be able to find them and better describe them to her. A couple of days later, Jess H. and I went into El Corte Ingles (giant department store on the way home that has a supermarket on the bottom floor). We searched the whole store for a sign of Bisquick or something similar; no luck. Next we decided to ask someone in the store if they had a mix to make pancakes. The ...
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed