Hotel Abades Loja
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- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Business Services
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Today was our tour of the Alhambra. The mist was rolling in as we woke up, and then it started to rain, steadily all morning. Bought an umbrella in the car park and soldiered on damp. An experience, but the crowds made it difficult at times. Tickets were timed, and it's a well known fact that they are strictly kept. Waiting in the rain to have the ticket scanned was also challenging. I had assumed that it would be less ...
... in the Americas and wonder why we are here in the built up hubbub of this continent. That being there is so much history and antiquity built into everyday life in Europe that it is an experience on its own.
We will be off to Morocco very soon, so that will be yet another experience. Planning our journey for the following 12 months has been exciting and interesting, there are so many options we need to settle on one direction and go from there. Our plan has been ...
... the rest of the day, fantasising about all the cutting we were going to do back home. Our two main nights in Toledo were a Sunday and Monday, the ebb tide for Spanish nightlife, so we spent time walking through dark streets searching for somewhere to eat. We did a lot of talking and thinking about the intersection of Moorish, Jewish and Christian cultures in this country, and what the legacy is. The morning of departure was fresh and bright as we had coffee and a ...
Don't like packing up. I get grumpy thinking about it. It's done and we have time for some shopping and just exploring a little further. We take in the sights around La Rambla including La Boqueria Market. Fantastic. Can't believe how much busier it is. It seems as though the population has exploded in the last 24 hours. We suspect there ...
... inhabitited the caves around the valley below the Alhambra. They were inspired by Arabic and Spanish culture and many still live in these caves today. We set out to find the caves before the show began, but were quickly lost in the maze of back alleys and one-way streets. Eventually we found a man resting near a church and asked him in our broken Spanish to help us. To our surprise he was a Spanish-speaking American who had been visiting the city with his wife and knew all ...