Hotel Villa Frigiliana
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a meal of salmon for me, pork chop for Buzz, 2 Rioja, 2 cafe con leche, 2 pan and the 2 free baily's we guessed the bill. I thought 38€ and Buzz guessed 42€. It was 27€. We left at 10:30 and walked it off on the way home.
Another good day.
I'll have to post the pictures tomorrow, they haven't moved to my photo stream yet from my iPhone.
... br> It was in a massive cave.
Here was the story, 5 boys were missing from class in 1959 and they were out looking for bats and they found a hole there were coming out of. So the next day they came back and broke away some stalactites and it revealed a cave.
They went running to class and told the teacher that they had found a cave.
After the caves we went to the beach for an 1 hour and a half in the afternoon.
... you go reindeer you've already killed children's dreams of Santa so you might as well eat Rudolph's distant Spanish cousin) ....all slowly falling into the distance as we ceremoniously marched up the hill to view the historical castle vantage point and learn why this site had been the subject of so much civil war and hardship. Turned out that the local grazing donkeys however, still thought they were in the civil war under Franco.... We can't say we weren't warned as a sign in 3 ...
If you go walking in this part of Spain, don't ever leave your camera behind - even if you've covered the same ground many times before. The light and/or the climatic conditions can change quickly and frequently, to provide a new aspect of something which is familiar - or you can get an unexpected sighting of an animal or bird, which, for once, is co-operating by adopting an attractive pose, rather than the usual behaviour of turning its back, running away, ...
... some things to see in and around Granada. I made a small list starting with La Basilica de San Juan de Dios. According to my research, San Juan de Dios (St. John of God) was a man from Portugal who, in his late 20s, joined the Roman Catholic Church after publicly renouncing the ways of his past life including a short stint in the military. He was taken into a mental hospital for beating himself and renouncing his past life in public. Then, when he was released (after being ...