Hotel Cerro del Sol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... a primary product of the south of Spain and although we'd seen a show in Madrid, J was keen to taste some more. We did a latish meal (having already sampled some late arvo drinks and tapas) and returned to the venue for a most dazzling show of passionate flamenco song, music and dance. A guitarist, one singer and two dancers (one male and one female) put on an amazingly energetic show that had the crowd transfixed. I reckon if we also understood the lyrics, the total effect ...
... and her family visiting from Colombia. They asked us to join them and we had a lovely evening chatting, and getting so much advice on the rest of our time in Spain, not to mention the rest of Europe. Jose was so generous with his time and advice, and spent several hours showing us on a map where to go. I think he was quite envious of our position, and despite having travelled extensively himself, this was mostly for work. I wanted to take him with us as our tour guide! He ...
... br> To the side of the palace, its own gardens and just beyond was where the original medina was (now just low foundation walls), which was where the tradespeople lived and worked, bakers, butchers, grocers, blacksmiths.....everything that a king's household would need without leaving its walled enclave to go into the city of Granada. After Queen Isabel moved the Moors out of Granada, out of Al-Andalus (Andalucia) and out of Spain, the ...
... or down to avoid the droppings... The main attraction in Granada is the Alhambra, a massive palace and fortress, built on the top of a mountain. Its architecture has a mix of Muslim and Spanish influence, where after each subsequent conquest, buildings were built as a means of saying "up yours" to the other. My knowledge of the history of the palace is a bit shoddy since we decided to save money by only buying one audio tape between 6 people ...
... spirit of football, in the land itself. More memories to add in the bucket. Afterwards, our couchsurfing friends take us to the apartment they live in and we end up having a house party with about 10 other random people. We play card games, practice lots of Spanish, dance salsa and make hommus. The beers and wine start to sink in and at about 2am, which seems to be the standard time in Spain to go out, we visit a techno club. A few hours of manic dancing and we ...