Gar Anat Hotel Boutique
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... this Andalusian capital, you feel just like you’re in a Muslim Moroccan city! Looking around, it seems most of the people here actually are Moroccans! I can’t help but smiling at the irony of history. It seems that once again this is a city where Christians, Muslims and Jews can live together in harmony as they did under the Moorish rule… and I wonder how long that peaceful coexistence will last. It seems that there are plenty of cheap looking hotels in ...
... up so early, but it actually worked out in the end because we got in for free! This only happens once a year so I was stoked. Again, getting anything for free in Europe is like winning the lottery. Granada is a really interesting place also because of the hippies and gypsies that reside there. The gypsies started the traditional Spanish dance of Flamenco, which originated in the south of Spain. So I went and saw a flamenco show here which was really intense. The dancers are very ...
Surprised by beautiful wedding being prepared in our hotel, next to our breakfast-room we were a bit on the late side leaving for Córdoba and first we had to get that hat! Once bought, having tried at least a dozen, we drove out of Granada heading the opposite direction, made an U-turn (not on the Auto via this time) and were safely in front of our splendid hotel, las Casas de la Juderia, within ...
... with my close family and friends.
Also on the bus there was a radio station that we could listen to. 5 hours was a very long time so I listened to a lot of their music. Spanish music is really growing on me and I like them. I started a joint playlist with a friend so that I can expose myself to more!
There is this neighbor who is 20 years old and who my host mom wants me to become friends with. The thing is she has the LOUDEST and most ...
... in their place rises up an enormous Christian dome, integrated into the building as if it were always supposed to be there. It's nice that the Christian kings recognized the beauty of the mosque and decided to integrate a cathedral into the already existing structure rather than demolishing it and building their religious building on the same grounds. In the South of Spain, the meshing of religious cultures is more apparent than anywhere. Any time you see reference ...