Hotel Abades Loja
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... gypsies. Dinner was at on a terrace overlooking the Alhambra at a restaurant called Juan Ranas. I think that, due to the position, it is a very popular restaurant so the service is very quick and efficient. Chris had a mango and cheese salad and I had slow cooked pork served on mash potato with baked apples. Mint tea for ...
... B. Every night there was a fight for us to get into our room without three visitors. They had the whole apartment downstairs too themselves, but wanted company and warm bodies in a bed to sleep with.
We met lots of lovely expats living in this part of Spain, and we enjoyed their company greatly. Over drinks and tapas we loved to hear about their lives in their adopted homeland and the ups and downs of being the extranjeros (foreigners). Thank you to ...
... in Europe. Mostly art from
the 1500’s to 1700’s. Took a quick spin
through the museum mostly to see the Goya paintings as he is one of the famous
Spanish painters of the 1700’s.
Said goodbye to our amazing friendly hosts and
some of the other travellers we had met & exchanged stories with. What great
value this accommodation was in the historic section of Madrid for about $90 a
night including ...
... cross. There's a newspaper handout that has a map of the city with each of the crosses identified and located on the map with a reference table describing who did the cross and providing details of the address. It's really only one day of celebration and by noon the city has announced the winners and makeshift signs have gone up saying "1st Prize Terrace This Way!" (but of course in Spanish), although despite the signs and the map I have to admit that the crosses were ...
... dinner. I spent it walking some more of the narrow streets up on the mountain, and looking through an Arabic-themed tourist shopping area. I even heard through a second story window someone doing the Muslim prayer to Allah. Dinner at the hotel was very good and afterward everyone was so tired that we hung out for a bit in the hotel rooms but soon went to bed. On Saturday morning we got up and headed to the Alhambra. This is an incredible Arabic palace-city spread ...