Hotel Dauro Granada
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... sans-serif; line-height: 18px; background-color: rgb(245, 246, 248);">After we left, there was a small thundershower which gave the car a cleaning from the bugs.
... an outlet in Malaga the previous week and this contained several outstanding works in its collection. Highlights for us included works by Rene Magritte,
Frida Kahlo, Max Ernst, Giorgio de Chirico, Francis Bacon and Marc Chagall. There were even a few Picasso’s although sadly, by that time, we’d seen enough mediocre paintings by the artist.
On our way back to our guest house we were once again delayed by the Easter celebrations. ...
... city used to be a Muslim dynasty and has quite an Arab feel to it. I haven’t been to Morocco but people say that certain parts of it resembles Marrakesh. I see the Granada Cathedral and literally just walk straight past it. I cannot take any more cathedrals anymore. I walk past Plaza Nueva, the main meeting point of the city with several street restaurants and bars. It conveniently leads to Elvira, the Arabic district with dozens of shops selling antique ...
I can't believe I've been here for two weeks already. I've grown to appreciate this city so much, I can't imagine going back. My AIFS group traveled to Sevilla and Cordoba today but I stayed behind. My parents are in town and Sunday is Father's Day. I figured today would be a great day to explore the city alone with no distractions.
Today for the first time, I wandered aimlessly and saw parts of the city I had never encountered before. I spoke only Spanish for ...
... equally as incredible. It was made with white material, keeping it much cooler than the Alhambra. During the hot summer months, the Kings would go there to keep cool. Its not far at all from the Alhambra.
I have learned a lot about the Alhambra and the Reconquista over the years, but seeing this historical sight in person was absolutely astonishing. The detail that went into every little construction was incredible. Its hard to fathom something being ...