Hotel Cerro del Sol
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... in the Palaces for much longer than some other tourists and were passed by visitors who had been allocated later time slots but who were not prepared or were unable to dedicate as much time to the Palaces as we were.
Andalucia is famous for flamenco and it would have been remiss of us to forgo the opportunity to see top quality dancers and musicians while we were in Granada. Moreover, Mandy
had always wanted to see an authentic flamenco ...
... and the tickets were ours. Off we went to look at the main Cathedral in Granada, it was wonderful to walk around and look at the detail and the museums inside, but we were not allowed to take any photos which was a shame as there was so much to see and take in. Granada's cathedral has a rectangular base due to its five naves that completely cover the cross, which doesn't stand out over the floor-plan. All of the five naves are staggered in height, the central one ...
... br> Also, being in Spain is a great way to put my Spanish learning to the test, looks like those three years of learning at school really did pay off! I still want to leave some space for mum or dad to write their part but I'm sure you will hear from me later being the chatterbox I am! As Uncle Des would say, do what the Spanish do!! :)
Hope everyone is well and safe xx
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... were enough seats to accommodate them. You have to love Air Iberia!
Having touched down we found passing through immigration in Spain was ridiculously easy, no forms, no questions, no facial scans, just a stamp and a welcome! Having collected our baggage we were out and hailing a taxi in no time. We already love Spain!
Whilst our taxi driver spoke as much English as we did Spanish he still enthusiastically gave us a commentary on anything major on ...
... back for feet up and a drink. Not to be.
Mark found a museum,dedicated to Rodrigues Acosta, an artist, next to The Alhambra. Rodrigues was the son of a very rich banker, and he had plans for his father's money.
His orders to the architect in the early 1900s were.....build a studio that must have an underground tunnel to my girlfriend's as well as the best views in town. The house took about 15 years to build and is a marvel of architecture and planning. It ...