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Palace, constructed as a recreation area for the Kings of Granada. The most
notable part of the Generalife is its extensive formal gardens with perfectly
clipped cypress bushes, water features, and flower beds. The Moors invented the
concept of a symmetrical garden as a work of architecture as well as nature and
great beauty several centuries before it became popular in royal gardens in
Christian Europe during the Renaissance ...
... at me while I began to tear up in shock. Seriously though, when something like that happens, would you blankly stare at someone? At least say "oh my god I'm so sorry that sucks." Or maybe just have some form of compassion. Episode 2 of strange travellers. Anyway so Nice was nice ;). I made sure to have a crepe from a cute French man and eat lots of delicious food from the patisseries. On the afternoon that I arrived I went for a walk along the promenade next to the beach and I loved ...
... site under Moorish rule was destroyed to make way for the Christian church.
The interior of the palace consists of one courtyard after another surrounded by ornately decorated rooms in the muslim tradition. Every courtyard has a fountain with water flowing and connected to all the others through an ingenious system of exposed water pathways which were visible as we explored the palace rooms and grounds. It was intriguing to think of ...
... at the street corner (the hotel was 150m walk away). The Casa 1800 is a lovely little 'riyadh' styled boutique hotel - built around a courtyard like many found in Morocco. Our room was not ready when we arrived so we went out for a wander and lunch.
It was not quite 1300 and very early for lunch in Spain. The restaurant we were recommended, Carmela, served a variety of tapas and ...
Whatever they may say about the rain in Spain it most definitely has had no affect on us. I've now been I'm Spain for a little over a week now and it is nothing like I expected. To be perfectly honest, I really had no expectations. I realise now that I know nothing about Spain, the real Spain, not the cliques we see on tv. I am surprised, happily so, with the diversity of the culture, climate, language, architecture, history and its people. Our tour manager is a local (and not ...