Apartamentos Las Rosas de Capistrano
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- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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We are currently at a restaurant watching the Barcelona vs. Bayern Munich game in Nerja. Great game so far...if you're an FCB fam (as all of our kids are). There hasn't been wi-fi here, hence the lack of updates. Will update more often in future, I think.
There's a lot of neat stuff I'd like to share. Our last day in Barcelona was highly enjoyable. There's a huge park/mountain and castle, Montijuic, in the city. You can walk up it with ...
... Geneva, let's see what happens shall we?! Before dinner we had one last walk around this nice little town, appreciating all the beautiful blue mosaic walls everywhere contrasting in the white washed buildings. It really is a pretty place. We particularly like all the intricate pebble designs of mostly flowers paving the way along the footpaths, and covering the main square. It's a nice idea and makes the place so unique. We sat ...
... drink, eat and sleep on this trip at least. There were lots of fountains (we get it, you had water, the plebs didn't..), gardens, ruins, moorish baths and look out points everywhere. Started so keen an then when our 20minute attention span was up, the audio guide and keenness for photographing anything went back in our bags. We saw the big palace (INERT NAME HERE WHEN I FIND IT). It was cool... All the walls were so decorated with carvings. We learnt a lot but let's be honest, ...
... point, if not longer. Unfortunately, I didn't get many good pictures because we weren't supposed to use flash photography, and there wasn't enough light in the cave. This website has some photos that are much better than mine http://www.thenerjacaves.com/photos/. The sheer age of the caves made me all thinky and stuff. I know from doing some research that the oldest cave paintings found to date were in these caves, and that at ...
... never guess who's in Granada!" I looked up from the very important and serious task of getting my legs a touch darker than their current blend-in-with-the-snow Austrian hue. A more is-there-coffee-in-my-milk coloring, perhaps? "Gus!" Remember Australian Gus from Nice? Thus Gus became an unofficial member of our hostel family for the next few days, only returning to his own around 5 or 6am to get some much needed sleep. We managed ...