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Travel Blogs from Padul
... at an olive oil press for a tour. It wasn't impressive looking at first. It was a family owned place and the owner gave us the tour. Then he took us in the back for an olive oil tasting. I really learned a lot about olive oil. The owner also make wine. So he gave us a tasting and it was delicious! Most of us bought both the wine and oil. And this place is right outside of this hill town with a castle in ruins at the top. Incredibly picturesque. So we drove up ...
... the double voice when you now how the actors in the show really talk. I sometimes wonder if they even translate the words or just come up with a completely different plot . Everything is going pretty well here, so talk to you later ✳Nothing on tv is new here because it takes a while for them to make the double voice Love from Spain, and 2 kisses from Europe! ...
... and to the mountains.
We arrived in Granada on Labour Day and the streets were full of people as we walked the short distance from the carpark to our hotel. We've got a great room with a small balcony overlooking the interesting streetscape below. A bonus of this particular hotel is that there is a deck on the fifth floor which has great views to Alhambra Place (which we'll visit tomorrow) and the surrounding area.
It was a balmy ...
Days when we don't have to pack up the camper and drive to see sights are always a bonus. Our campsite, located just on the outskirts of Granada, had a bus stop right opposite it. We were in Granada within fifteen minutes and caught a connecting bus up to the main entrance of the Alhambra. The Alhambra is essentially a complex of palaces – at its peak, there were nearly 2000 people living with its walls. It was the last Moorish stronghold in Europe until 1492 ...
... across the Alhambra, on top of the hill on the other side of the river. At night, the Alhambra lit up beautifully and it was a breathtaking view.
After the sun set, we trekked down and got dinner at a middle eastern place - we had a samosa-like meat pastry, stew and Arabic bread, along with some excellent mint lemonade. We went back to the hotel and got ready to hit the next stop on the road - ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking