Hotel Rural Zerbinetta
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... where outflanking the crags is possible. There's then a steep loose section of scree leading down into an area of thick prickly bushes - and then down a bit more. I'm now some way below the others, but I've got past the crags. The only problem now is fighting my way through the bushes - most of them are a vicious variety of gorse. Back on the ridge, Martin, Lesley and John can see what appears to be a stone moving across the top of the vegetation. My hat is the ...
The last two days have been a combination of tour de Granada and introduction to classes. Yesterday I took the level test, and I was put in Spanish 5 (yay?). The focus is going to be on speaking and grammar, which is perfect--although today one of the professors taught us that we should say, "de puta madre" to say something is cool (the American equivalent of "*****in'"). I don't think I'll be using that expression in front of Ana, but we'll see. ...
... problem though.
Backing up. We got to Granada around 9:30 on Thursday night and wanted to get back to our hotel as quickly as possible because we were going out for gelato with Krysta and her mom before her mom headed back to the states the next morning. After waiting for the bus to come for about 10 minutes, we decided we should just take a cab. However, that's when I remember the processions that were going on. In all of Andalusia during Holy ...
... the remnants of lunch with children running around playing games that at times made me nervous about them darting in front of the car. The lanes would wind their way to a small piazza that once you had passed through would turn left or right around a tight bend leading down another small lane way, but my concerns were ill founded, as we turned the last bend we came upon our hotel which is located at the base of the "La Alhambra". The hotel is called ...
... especially for Andy whose heart and soul always longs for the mountains.
Old Granada is compact – walkable anywhere – if you don’t mind hills. Up one hill through the old jewish quarter to the Alhambra, and our lovely B&B Carmen del la Alcubilla del Caracol, or up through the narrow winding streets of the Albayzin neighbourhood, Spains best old Moorish quarter into Sacramento, the Roma gypsy digs (literally, as in days gone by, they ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility