Cortijo Balzain Casas Rurales
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So once again, it's been a while writing this and I think it's been a mixture of laziness, being busy and time just flying by. Nevertheless, we have been up to lots since the last entry so here we have it. Christmas in Nerja was really interesting and we had a great time having a totally different experience than we've ever had. The brilliant thing about Christmas in Spain from what I've witnessed so far is that it's not rammed down your throat from October onwards and far ...
... washing was done so we then threw it into the dryer (all this for 7 euros). Another 30 min and it was all dry. I packed it back into my backpack and decided to take a different route back - this time on a busier road for part of the way. It must have been knock off time as there were lots and lots of cars speeding along the narrow streets - I was regularly jammed up against the wall in a doorway as speeding cars passed by. I decided to go for another wander down the street from the hotel ...
... you do not get tired of looking at them. Definitely a place to see in your lifetime! Let the photos do the talking! Promise I haven't posted whole 250! Finished our day by wandering, packing, dinner of course (more bloody food!!) Farewell ...
... people going on the tour at 9am down in Place Nueva in the centre of Granada. Wayne turned up looking a little shady, and it turned out that he had gone to a swing festival the night before with his mate Aaron and was extremely hungover. He took us back up to where he had parked his car where Aaron was quietly dying in the front seat which left us the back seat of his tiny hatchback for four of us to fit in. Away we went about 20 minutes out of town to the lake which ...
We only spent one night in Granada but I wish we could have stayed longer!! It's a very small city with so much history. We walked up the mountains to the Sacremento caves where the gypsies used to live! Was very interesting to see how they lived and how cleverly the caves were designed to keep the heat out. Had a pretty tragic night where Mia lost her cash card and Tess got a black eye but at least we're still smiling!! ...