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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Capileira
... and John - and headed off towards Capilerilla. This was part road, part dirt road, and part path . It seemed like a pretty easy hike over there with beautiful views to keep us happy. What we didn't realize that this direction was all downhill. We surely knew it was all uphill on the way back! So we plugged along - could see Capilerilla off in the distance - took some pictures. All good!
... rutty - but drivable. . . . Then we found ourselves on a path that took us up to an electric power station - we could see this ancient aqueduct full of water heading down the mountain . . At this point, we were supposed to head back on the loop path . We thought that was a pretty lame hike - so we headed off towards the Refugio - 7 kilometers away . . . We followed this young couple, who were planning to spend ...
... was dirty and the girl discounted both of the jackets! Amazing the things I get excited about . . . :-). Tom, John, Colette , and Barbara also did some good bike wear shopping!
And then, we taxied over to the train station to pick up our cars for the journey into the mountains. And then, we headed out of Granada (did that pretty well) . . . Took the interstate .. And then headed up. We stopped at this ...
... Naute from Capileira. It's a walk I've done before - the last time was in September on a boiling hot day, when I was unfit and didn't get as far as I wanted. Today, conditions are ideal and there'll be no excuse.
The first part of the walk to La Cebadilla is pretty straightforward, although there's a loss of ******** height towards the end of the section. In fact La Cebadilla is only about 30m higher than Capileira, despite some steep climbing in ...
... the path, having climbed quite high above the river, now descends again to meet it. Valuable height lost!
Alongside the river, there's a lush meadow and another abandoned farmhouse - this is the Cortijo la Isla, so named because it's on a small island formed by a division in the river. By now it's baking hot and I'm not making a great deal of forward progress on another steepish section, as every small bit of ...