Hotel Rural Zerbinetta
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
Photos of Hotel Rural Zerbinetta
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Rural Zerbinetta Dilar
Travel Blogs from Dilar
Caught a bus to Dilar this morning, about a 30 minute trip. From the end of the line it was about a khm to trailhead. After some indecision on which end of loop to initiate hike, on a poorly marked trail, got under way at about 10am. Lots of unmarked forks, but got to saddle and ...
... out a few of the trees in the olive grove area - persimmon, walnuts, almonds, quince and grape. These were often used to delimitate farm boundaries, we didn't actually get to frolic through the olive grove as I had expected but we did learn plenty from afar. We examined a 300yr old olive tree - a number of them lined the driveway. We checked out the natural water sluicing system and then ventured into a 15th century mill - no longer in operation but set up as museum. We then proceeded ...
... to spectacular views of the Alhambra, all lit up at night! For the first half hour we were there all by ourselves, so we sipped champagne and gazed at the view while Koen ran around chasing cats and birds and scared us by toddling too close to the rock walls for our liking! Then busloads of tourists descended, rushed over to take pictures, then climbed back on the bus and disappeared, only to be replaced by the next ...
We spent about 3 hours there and after a quick Sangria, headed back walking, via the old Moorish town on the opposite hill across the gorge, or so we thought. Turns out the lovely path took us right to the bottom again and we would have to walk back up the hill up to get to the old town. By now is was very hot and not conducive to hiking up a hill. We went back into Granada near our hotel and had a quick tapas lunch and a ...
... The second part of class a new professor came in and spoke like she had a fire in her mouth and the words couldnt get out fast enough. Not so effective for a level two class. I fumbled through and was asked if I wanted to switch to a level one. I felt like I was struggling a little but it was the first day and I havent had Spanish in 2-3 years. The last part of class was in Building A so we had to hustle over. This part was conversational and I felt a lot more comfortable ...