Hotel Dauro Granada
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... you that it’s hard the stop and admire the small details on anything, but you can’t help that. I had a great day when I went to the Alhambra. I wouldn't go back if I went back to Granada, just because it’s something that you see the first time and remember for the rest of your life, without needing to go back. It was really fun, and I would recommend the Alhambra to anyone, even if it gets mega crowded, but there’s nothing you can do to help that. ...
... Serrano ham, sliced hard boiled egg, THE most amazing sun-dried tomato with a cream cheese mixture of walnut and some sort of berry, yogurt, croissant and coffee. Then they came through again with the wine cart. Yes! I was primed and ready to discover Granada!
Jumped into a taxi to the hotel and was again, pleasantly surprised with my pick. GREAT location, the building was built in 1928 but modern on the inside, a very peaceful, 36 ...
... at the Alhambra At 9.15 but our taxi driver took us right up to the entrance - so we had to walk back down the hill for 10 mins to the ticket office. The queue wasn't too bad but still took about 30 mins the tension heightened by the fact that there was a monitor displaying the number of tickets which was dropping rapidly. We had some good banter with the German family in front of us but reached the front of the queue with ...
... an oasis of fragrant gardens, bubbling fountains and ornate palaces high on the hillside overlooking the city.
The Abaicin neighbourhood is a maze of narrow winding alleys which were designed to encourage cooling winds on the stifling summer days of the Sierra Nevada, and to render it near impossible to wield the long swords of the Spanish reconquistadors in combat. The city was the last Muslim outpost in Iberia before it was ...
... in Granada. We had not really researched it enough to know what to expect, but it certainly is one of the most beautiful spots in Spain, and the tourists know it! It was the most “touristed” spots we have been to so far, and with good reason.
The Alhambra is a big complex of palaces perched on a hill above the river and the old town of Granada. It began with the Moorish sultans in the 12th C and most of the elaborate and complex Moorish decoration is ...