Albenzaire Hotel Asado
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... our hair..and 1830 we were off on an adventure! We thought we would slow walk up to Sa Nicholas Plaza where we could watch the sunset over the Alhambra . Map in hand, money in pocket..we got royally lost..had climbed up the narrow road and had to suck in to the walls as the cars flew by. The cobblestones were slippery and uneven. It was hot. We gave up..got on the little bus..got off at San Nicholus stop...and were lost again. Followed ...
... 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 ...
... has to stop from now on! The only other thing we've done this week is eaten.... A lot. Tapas, fish, meats, everything and its all been good. Gareth has squeezed in a bike ride and in return I had a lovely siesta! Tomorrow is going to be a full day at the beach with paddle board in tow and paella for lunch. First Spanish lesson booked for Monday afternoon. Sun is still shining but rain apparently on Monday so I believe. We will ...
... shops. How the smoke shops work is you pick your flavored tobacco of choice and they put it in one of the large haokah that is seated on one of the tables in the shop. Each table is usually surrounded by a semicircle couch with large fluffy pillows or just several chairs. Most of this part of town smells of incense and pachouli oil. It reminds me of hippies and pot smokers or some of my friends dorm rooms from college.
Speaking of hippies ...
Coined "Damascus of the west" by medieval Arab travelers, Granada has been eulogized by countless poets and writers in the last 500 years as the lost paradise of Europe. Granada's natural beauty at the foot of snow-capped Sierra Nevada mountains, its highly fertile plain irrigated by snow melt rivers, and the magnificent Alhambra castle crowing the Sabika hill, all added to the mystique of the city. Granada reminds me of Lhasa, Tibet, ...