Plaza Tourist Apartments of Hotel Plaza Nueva
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... imitating the shape of the court magically gathers the shimmering reflections of the surrounding walls and pillars. We only got to see it during the day but it was pretty incredible. After all that walking we went to take the buss back to the city have dinner and went home. When we arrived we were all tired from the hours of walking, we stayed up a little bit after that went to sleep.
... expertise that this constantly flowing water must have required prior to the availability of electric pumping mechanisms.
At one point as we walked through the palace, Bob noted that just barely visible above a temporary screen in a doorway was what looked like hair. Upon further examination, he discovered two women, were enclosed in a space just barely sufficient for them to move, where they were making repairs to the ...
... the streets were crowded with large wedding parties over the
weekend. I climbed up to Placa San Nicolas at sunset, and the views of the
Alhambra across the valley were as stunning as advertised, all ochre and burnt
sienna and commanding.
Taking in the quaint beauty of this special place, breathing in the jasmine, orange and rosemary along the way. Delighting in the tuberoses scenting my room. All is truly well.
... could. When I asked about the laundry facilities she said something about needing to use the washing machine in another room but that we couldn't use it today as it was full. I was still pretty confused as to what she was saying and when I questioned her further she brushed me off by insisting she'd e-mail me about it the following day. Happy with our little studio I started unpacking and sorting out our stuff before the girl came back ...
... palace located on the upper portion of the property and one of the oldest surviving Moorish gardens. Many of the fountains and water-lined pathways are supplied by the nearby mountain streams that flow into the valley. We visited Granada on one of the hotter days of the week, but we hardly noticed due to all the water features evaporating and cooling down the hilltop.
After spending much of the late morning strolling through the Alhambra, we decided to visit the ...