Apartamentos Las Rosas de Capistrano
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... beyond what you could see in both directions. This is ok, but the water looks great, very clear. I walked down the length of the beach checking out the various restaurants and found the one that seemed the most authentic. It had the most locals and I had a traditional dish..paella. It was excellent and I think I will go back there tomorrow. That is about all that is going on here...not much. Enjoy the few photos. Adventure ...
... onion was huge, actually still is as we only consumed a quarter of it, and full of flavour and accompanied by two very simple glasses of ice cold lager looking at the med in brilliant sunshine. To come, a superb and gentle Rioja with cream cheese and hot chilli sauce on ryvitas, yes, ryvitas along with some local tomatoes and Romano pepper.
AND, we must remember to photograph sunset over the med taking in the view of the perfect Spanish villa on the coastal ...
... Paul chose French which I'm sure will come in handy one day just not today! We left this office with a mad dash to the bus stop where people were already boarding the bus.
The buses that run the regular routes around the city are not much bigger than a mini bus, and even then you wonder how they manage to fit down most of the streets. It's not at all surprising many of them have huge scrapes along their sides. Somehow about 30 of us were crammed into the bus with ...
... for our booking at the Alhambra. The Alhambra is a collection of palaces, fortresses and gardens set on top of a hill and constructed in the 10th century for muslim rulers and later used by catholic monarchs. So we wandered up the main road and caught a bus to the centre of town where we then got on a smaller bus that took us right to the front of the Alhambra. Here we got our prepaid tickets and went in ...
I left the comfort and familiarity of the United States on January 6th to start my amazing adventure. We landed in Granada and I couldn't help but laugh and smile at the beauty surrounded me. The Sierra Nevadas, cobblestone streets, white houses, and the most beautiful people I have seen!
I was immediately welcomed by my Spanish mama, Antonia, with the traditional greeting of a kiss on each cheek and a big hug. Her genuine greeting was just the ...