La Tala Complejo
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Microwave in room
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
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Today we explored Granada and learned our way around this spiderweb of a city. We are still amazed at the gem of an Airbnb we found. This morning, we headed out to explore and decided to use Rick Steves' guided tour as a starting point. The town was very crowded because tomorrow is a national Spanish holiday. But we had a great time exploring, shopping, touring, and learning the city. At one place, we had a young Englishman cozy up to us and tried ...
On our travels once again. There is a taxi taking us to Battenbang at 10 am. After breakfast finished packaging. Sylvia went down to reception to pay hotel bill. Mrs Hawkes you taxi is waiting, well that has put the schedule forward a bit. Into taxi, Mr taxi man as his chariot is looking a bit dodgy. First no buckles to fastened your seat belt and a nasty crack across his front windscreen. Usual traffic jams ...
... of his life in France is still a son of Spain. We were treated to a wine tasting at a local cafe and sampled the local Malaga wine a specialty of the region. More like a dessert wine it was a real treat at 11 am served with green olives and potato crisps!! The afternoon was relaxing wandering the back streets of Tooremolinos buying last minute souveneirs. In the evening we wandered across the road from the hotel and enjoyed a wonderful ...
... town of Zahara for lunch and anyone who wanted to hike up to the castle. Franci and I passed. Too hungry. It is a lovely white washed village but not too much there beyond the views. Back on the bus to the hill town of Arcos de la Frontera. It's a little bigger than the last town. We will be here for two nights. The bus dropped us off down the hill from our hotel and we had to hike for ten minutes up a steep cobblestone street. This hotel is small and our group ...
On our train ride between Algeciras to Granada, the one dominant feature we saw in the Andalusian landscape was the olive groves. They seemed to cover every inch of arable land.
From the Granada train station, we went to Albaycin, an old neighborhood built on a hillside overlooking the Alhambra and the center of town. Albaycin is a rabbit warren of mostly pedestrian-only cobblestone paths and white stucco houses with private courtyards hidden behind high white stucco ...