Villa Madnis

Address: Calle F1 N°28, Padul, Andalusia, 18640, Spain and Canary Islands | Villa
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This villa is located on Calle F1 N°28, Padul.
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      Travel Blogs from Padul

      Torrox Costa part 1. Helen's visit

      A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Feb 05, 2015

      2 comments, 24 photos

      ... to log on and the laptop battery has run out before I could get a proper connection! The second problem is my laptop is slowly going mad. It has developed a life of its own. Even as I type this, with the only application working being Word and not connected to the net, the hard drive and fan are whirring like mad and the CPU is running at 100%. If I save a document then the next day the laptop tells me it can’t find it and I have ...

      Tears, Tantrums and new Beginnings

      A travel blog entry by jayannarnold on Oct 05, 2014

      8 photos

      ... in his lilac gingham shirts and T-shirt with Snoopy on it. Not great that he'd fallen asleep on the way there because he'd been up since 5.30am, so we had to wake him up. We got there and he seemed fine, so we walked away and agreed wed collect him an hour later. Just induction today apparently! As I walked away crying again, we strolled to a cafe nearby and awaited the phone call, to say he was fine and come back at half one. Unfortunately the nursery rang me less ...

      Words are not enough - the Alhambra y Generalife

      A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Mar 21, 2014

      ... book as we doubted our photos would do justice to it.

      We wandered in awe.

      I suspect that I'm the only person who noticed the number of (?) squatters living on the hillside behind Alhambra. The contrast was quite stark, a hole in the hill their home with the washing and other evidence of daily life scattered around the entrance.

      The gardens within were a delight, and will no doubt become more impressive as early ...

      Alhambra Nasrid Palaces and Generalife

      A travel blog entry by drowles on Jul 29, 2013

      138 photos

      ... for 15 to 20 min. Once there, the downtown is really down at a lower level. Every time you start to explore you feel the strain on your legs as you climb your way around its streets. I remember giving up after my third hill and turning around. The heat in late July was unforgiving, around 40C so going anywhere was difficult. I also had problems with the ticket system at the palace on the second day and was too exhausted to go and argue at the customer service ...

      A taste of Morocco in Spain

      A travel blog entry by emmaandalicia on Jun 09, 2013

      7 photos

      ... day we struggled to hike up to the Alhambra after a very fun late night out with people from our hostel. However, the Alhambra was as beautiful as we expected it to be with lovely gardens, fountains and palaces, and good views over Granada from every window.