Cuevas Del Zenete
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19 Today we are visiting the silk farm. Tuk Tuk picked us up at 9am to take us to the Artisans Center. From there a coach will take us to the Farm. We arrived a bit early and there are just the two of us, but it was good to see all the artisans working in the wood shop. Amazingly they all have paper hats on with the message we saw the other day we need more money 8% we would like to know more. The driver introduces himself to us and told us that ...
... to our expectations and we are happy to be here together. If the soldier from the verse arrived here with his sweetheart, Granada would surely turn to be the city of his dreams.
Next time we're gonna write something about our visit to Alhambra to get it out of the way and never use word "Alhambra" on this blog again :)
Grenada, Grenada, Grenada maja! - bohater słynnego wiersza Michaiła ...
... in this room represent the seven heavens of the Muslin cosmos. Patio de los Leones was built by Mohammed V. This patio is lined arcades supported by 124 slender columns. At the center, a fountain rests on 12 stocky marble lions. Patio del Mexuar was complete in 1365 and was where the reigning Sultan listened to the petitions of his subjects and held meetings of his ministers. The Sala de los Reyes is the great banquet hall and was used to hold extravagant parties and ...
... and spend a few days exploring all of the hidden treasures we didn't have time to see on this visit.
From Seville, we headed east to Cordoba primarily to visit the Mezquita, a medieval Islamic Mosque later converted into a Catholic Christian Cathedral. Construction of the cathedral commenced in 785, during the period of Moorish occupation. In fact, the Mezquita in Cordoba is one of the few places in the world that you can worship ...
Spent our day today exploring a 14th century palace and grounds. Wish I had a gardener like to one they have but it has around 300 employees to keep it looking as it does. Tonight we took a mini bus ride up very narrow roads to a gypsy cave to hear them sing and see them dance. The funniest part of the night was when two couples started arguing over filming the show. We were sure that it would end in a ...