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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Forced out of bed we headed quickly after a light breakfast to the tourist office around the corner. A very kind and friendly woman advices us not to take the Big hop-on-hop-off, but instead a new "hoho" 'bus-train' which would take us through the city's narrow streets and cover the most interesting places and buildings. It was a terrific advice! After 1 1/2 tour (which took roughly 2 1/2 hours) we got off for lunch (tapas and beer) in the ...
... and sat at the bar to order our coffee, tea and churros. The hot pudding like chocolate for dipping our churros was decadent and delicious. Most definetly not a treat to be devoured on a daily basis! Walking back to the hotel, we ducked into the church San Nicolas. It is a simple, community style church where a priest was waiting to hear confessions and a small number of people ...
Yesterday morning I had booked my train ticket for Granada for noon, to arrive in Granada at 3:15pm. Since I have two days for Granada but there isn't an overwhelming amount to see, I decided not to kill myself with a 6.45 train. Then last night I remembered that it's really important to book your tickets to the main attraction, the Alhambra, in advance, which revealed that there were no tickets available for Monday when I had planned to go so ...
... to get to the start (don't tell the car hire company). I manage to go wrong only once before getting to the appropriate track junction. A waymarked path leads through the pines and arrives at a spot underneath a huge pylon. This is where I make my first mistake.
The waymarks point to the right where the path continues alongside an old acequia. It seems appropriate to follow it. But after I've continued for several minutes, it slowly dawns that this can't be the right way. ...
... place. The hotel receptionist told me there is often line ups at 8:00 and tour buses start coming in as early as 9:00.
It was now time to explore the city, as it was much cooler. Granada has a long history of many different governments and has a strong Moor influence, so the city is a virtual maze of very narrow streets. The public bus than leaves from Alhambra every15 minutes is a small utility van converted into a bus so ...