Hotel Casa del Capitel Nazari
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... I went to a flamenco dancing show one night which was very enjoyable. It was in a small setting, however the constantly changing lights made it difficult to photograph. I bought a check in luggage bag and sorted out my stuff for the trip home. This afternoon, I spent some time sadly but fondly remembering my dear aunty Noela. I thought about what a lovely person she was as I watched the sun go down over the ...
... alley, famous for quick free tapas when ordering a drink. Katie was serendipitously in town after Cannes film festival gaining inspiration for her next screenplay set in Granada during the Spanish Inquisition. Granada was the last city to fall in 1492, also the year Spain-sponsored Christopher Columbus, discovered America. 1492 was a great year for the Spaniards :) Quick tip: Book tickets to tour the Alhambra in advance. They book out about 3-4 weeks in advance. Otherwise, your ...
We had a nice day here at Alhambra.
We got up early for us and caught the bus into the city from our camp.
We were alerted to big crowds (8000 ave per day) here to visit Alhambra, Granada. This is a UNESCO site of importance but probably has more meaning to the Spanish given that so much happened here.
From Moor influence ...
... and definitely worth it after a full day of not really eating much.
The next morning was my last morning of bouncing from place to place. Two flight of stairs down with my very heavy luggage I had been carrying around for a week and I was set to get a cab and embark on my ferry voyage. We set off and headed first to Formentera before reaching the island of Ibiza. I thought I was to be dropped off at Sant Antonio port, as that was what the website had been telling me ...
... San Nicholas, a plaza lookout over the city and the citadel. There was a wide plaza with some trees with groups sitting around. A man was playing giutar and singing soulful flamenco echoing off the wall of the church across the plaza. We took in the view and then began our way down through the area.
I caught myself out, my expectations had been moulded by bits and pieces, implications about safety in this part of the Albaycin. The place was clean, light, white, airy and ...