Gar Anat Hotel Boutique
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... of 'salmoreja' the smooth cream of tomato, bread, garlic, olive oil, and 'mazamorra', made of almonds, oil, garlic and bread. Kerry found bliss in the king prawns deep fried in long twirling spring roll casings, but the best for me was the tender pork loin rolled in jamon, and fried to a salty crispness, served with golden patatas fritas. Get ready, people. I'm coming home a like a plump pigeon. Next food story: wet day, blustery, small bar near the ...
... as the cathedral of gold. Lets just say that the description does not let it down. Don’t over think this, the walls aren’t coated in the stuff but for example the main dais is surrounded by level upon level of golden statues of angels and other figures. The main walkway up to the altar (which is also made of gold) has large working golden organs located halfway up the columns and span another 4 metres or more higher into the column. It is really just incredible the ...
... Mary the words Ave Maria were inscribed on the facade to help with their transition into Christianity.
Most everything is white with the exception of the checkered white and black floor and gold that is around the organ and alter. Looking straight up from the alter it looks like balconies to a building, but in the place of windows there are murals panted with different religious scenes. Around the outside walls there are mini semicircle ...
... and crafts, as well as a market that sold only figurines for Nativity sets (belens). The Granadians (and Spanish I believe) have a strong tradition for the Nativity as they buy a new figurine to add to their home set each year. As well, there were a number of large 'Belens' set up for people to view and we were surprised at how long people would wait in line to see a Belen.
We were in Granada for two of their national ...
... br> One of our made up aphorisms that appeal to us: it's good to order but it's better to eat.
We wandered the area sussing out the bus stop to the Alhambra (our booking is tomorrow), the general local area around the cathedral, cash points and a supermarket. At the last we equipped ourselves for breakfast, dinner being moot at this stage.
Another one of those aphorisms: It's good to travel but it's better to ...