Alicia Carolina Hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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Visited this well known historical sight today. Very busy with a lot Japanese, and Korean tourists. Packed up our things and jumped on a bus for a 6 hr ride to Cartagena. Expect to arrive about 7 pm. Went to a tapas bar last night. Beer and mini baguette, 1.50 ...
... end to the day. New Years Eve was an unexpectedly fun night with us spending the evening with some new friends from Almunecar. After a delicious meal at lunchtime in a Restaurant we headed home and the night ended at 3 am after lots of wine, terrible singing, using wine bottles as pretend microphones. The next day I was absolutely disgusted with myself. I had the hangover from hell, two children that wanted a lot of attention and I was actually unable to function at all. ...
... of the Nasrid sultanate and is best known for construction of the Palace of the Lions. These Sultans wanted to create paradise on earth. Modest material were used (plaster, timber, and tiles), but they were superbly worked.
Although the Alhambra was pillaged and lied in decay, including an attempt by Napoleon's troups to blow it up, its delicate craftsmanship still can be seen.
The Salon de Embajadores is the beautiful throne room built from 1334 to 1354. ...
... gardens and visited Generalife (a small summer palace), ending our visit to Alhambra on the terrace of a Parador hotel in the middle of Alhambra for a couple of drinks.
Alhambra lives up to the hype about this place, beautiful gardens, great ruins, wonderful palaces, all well maintained and preserved.
Off to Madrid in the morning for our last night in Spain, then off to Morocco on Monday.
... will be no problem to get to my dive hotel by bus. I'll believe it when I see it. For tonight is fancy dining at the hotel and be treated like a Arab King.
Having chosen this hotel as my base for Granada because it was so close to the Palace, I didn't realize that the Palace and subsequently the hotel is up on a steep hill. So every trip to town takes a lot out of you. I started my day yesterday, walking down to the Cathedral (which is massive) then ...