Hotel H2 Granada
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... to the Gate of the Pomegranates. We entered the complex through the Gate of Justice.
Saw a chap with a facemask on. Not being Oriental, found it odd but it was our Alhambra guide who would be giving us information via headsets. He was very good. He called us 'my family'.
First up was a peek inside the Palace of Charles V, the finest example of Spanish Renaissance artwork. He never lived in it. Its central, circular courtyard is ...
... The Mesquita is open for free each day between 8.30 and 9.30am, before the tour groups arrive. It is hushed and beautiful, sections lit only by soft lamps, in other parts illuminated more brightly to highlight the ochres of the seemingly endless overlapping arches. There is a gentle intensity to the space, which feels like a dim forest of palm trees. It elicits quite a profound response. We both felt it. It reminded me of how I felt when I walked into the small ...
... for them. At the final whistle the night came alive with celebrations and fireworks, car horns blaring and lots of shouting. This made me wonder about the passion in which we follow things like sport, about how we like to lose ourselves in the moment and why. Is it linked in any way to our current life satisfaction, contentment, expectations with the amount of passion being directly correlated to the degree in which we have achieved ...
Granada is located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains. It sits at an elevation of 738m metres above sea level, yet is only one hour by car from the Mediterranean coast. The Alhambra, a moorish citadel and palace, is in Granada. It is the most renowned building of the Andalusian islamichistorical legacy with its many cultural attractions that make Granada a popular destination among the touristic cities of Spain. The Almohad influence ...
... classmates. Most of my classmates were from the states, but there was one girl from Hong Kong, a girl from Syria, and a guy from South Korea. It was fascinating to learn about the social issues and customs in other countries, particularly from Duaa (Syria). Duaa's appartment in Syria is in the middle of the fighting, and although her home hasn't been damaged yet, she told us that there had been several bombings nearby. In spite of the chaos, Duaa could ...