Hotel Rural Zerbinetta
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- Continental Breakfast
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- High-speed internet in room
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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 ...
... sky was bright blue all day and we really enjoyed having some quality time to ourselves. We saw some really funny street entertainers and ate some fantastic food. We went into town just before Christmas to see the Christmas parade which was colourful and really enjoyable for the boys and then Christmas Day we enjoyed a great meal overlooking sea at a restaurant at the bottom if our road. Some yummy red wine and then a glimpse of Dolphins swimming in the sea made for an ...
... get up early and stand in a queue from before 7 am to buy tickets when the ticket office opens at 8am. We tried to book a guided tour but the timing was all wrong, so on our last day in Granada Peter went and stood in the queue and got 2 tickets. The Alhambra is one of the highlights of Spain, and we had a glorious time wandering through the palaces and the spectacular gardens. If you go to Spain, you must see ...
... pretty big for a city at the time). However, the Alhambra was like a mini-city and was mostly self-sufficient, as they grew their own crops and had their own industries within its walls. The Alhambra was apparently actually two palaces - the Royal Palace and the summer Palace in the Generalife. A bit strange to have two palaces right next to each other, but kings do as they will, I suppose.
The whole tour took us about 2 hours, maybe ...
... a branch and swung the pole down along one side of it, it was almost like the olives just slid right off. Sometimes it was better to slide the pole up along a branch instead of down. Then when I got into the middle of the tree it more of a stirring motion because there was a mish mash of branches and it was impossible to do much swinging. My favorite part was toward the end when there were still a few stubborn olives hanging on for dear life, then I ...