Hotel Rural Zerbinetta
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Well, where do I start? I think it may be well over a month since the last entry and a lot has happened in this time, so I'll start from the beginning. We have visited Malaga City centre a couple of times and it really is a great City to have close by. In the car it takes about 40mins to drive to, or just over an hour by bus. We visited on a Sunday and strolled along the quayside which is really bustling with shops, fresh food stalls and restaurants. It's a real ...
... feel too difficult. We meandered through the narrow streets of Albaicin (the old Moorish quarter) and Sacramonte (or sacred mountain, and the Gypsie quarter) learning about the history of the area and the gypsies. According to Isabella the gypsies came from Egypt and India, and they came as workers of the court of Queen Isabella and King Ferdinando, and not from Eastern Europe as I had always thought. Ferdinando and Isabella conquered the moors in Granada and ...
... with fountains and more plants. It was all beautiful.
Next we had our allotted slot for the Nasrid palace. This was similar to the Generalife palace but on a larger and grander scale. There were more intricately designed rooms and more courtyards. The only thing that spoilt it was down to the history of the area. Due to the Christian conquest which overpowered the Moors the Nasrid sultans were driven out and the Christian kings moved in; they then went about adding their own ...
... there.......camp, and very funny. I then discovered a theme.....because while the Spanish are hardly a shy bunch, when it comes to having a nitter natter the Andalusian takes this to another level........and it's brilliant. However, I think the English phrase 'blah, blah, blah' must have originated when we first started engaging with these folk in a little bit of 'abla, abla, abla'. Possibly? After this he directed me to a Hostel ...
... the windows were open and the view of outside was unrealistically perfect. There were flowers everywhere and Spanish homes were cut into the mountainside. The colors of the city outside were vivid and rich. This is the part where I mention not wanting to come back to the US.
Things with the senora are improving slowly. I finally learned how to take a Spanish shower so that's been beneficial to ...