Camino de Granada Hotel
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... the bridge which are now under water. The Mezquita Cathedral was originally a mosque and was built In about 600 AD. It has had a long history originally as a mosque and then later as a Christian church. It has been declared a Unesco world heritage site and is truly beautiful. We haven't really seen anything like this in our travels, it is enormous inside and ornate in a way that is very different from the Christian decorations. This building ...
Friday 18 May
It's just over a hundred kilometres to our stop for the next two nights outside Granada. But we are taking the narrow road over the mountains, so it will be a bit further.
The Sierra Almijara were to be crossed today, but as we got closer to Granada the higher ...
... small streets, all on a human scale. A walk from the centre to the Arab Quarter (Albaicin) allows stunning views of the Al Hambra on the adjacent hill. The main square in Albaicin is on the same level, more or less, as the buildings of Al Hambra and it’s a great place to sit and watch the floodlights take over as the sun goes ...
... incredible spa. We hurriedly changed into our bathing suits and began the relaxing cycle of the baths. We began in an incredibly cold bath! When I saw cold, I mean bone chilling cold!! Then, a temperate bath followed by a very hot tub and sauna. During our hour in the baths my friends and I completed the circle many times, all the while sipping on soothing Muslim tea. We were also given a ten-minute massage complete with jasmine scented oil. When ...
Sheila and I were amazed by the wall carvings and the script throughout the main hall and court yard. The audio information was helpful and I enjoyed the fact that some of the script was from Washington Irvings writings on the Alhambra.
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