Gar Anat Hotel Boutique
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... shade cloth sails covering some streets which was much appreciated. We took ourselves for a quick look through buildings dating from Moorish times. A caravanserai where the merchants of the silk trade lodged their camels and themselves, followed by the Alcaiceria, a 100 odd year old rebuild of a silk market housing lots of tourist shops. Whizzed past the huge facade of the cathedral, this ...
... would go flying into the audience and could hurt someone. I was stunned. I was impressed. But most of all I was confused. An hour was all we could take.
After we had our fill of the tourist circuit in Granada we settled in for more tapas. We are also reaching saturation on tapas. And the weather has not been cooperating. Perhaps it’s time to head seriously south and hit the beach. Alan is nodding. Bye-bye ...
... most amazing building,built in 8th century then taken over by the Christians where they built a Cathedral in the middle...Truly Amazing in size and very intricate design, very ornate. never seen anything so amazing. We then spent 2hours on our coach which took us to Granada and our very impressive hotel. Had a lovely meal in the beautiful dining ...
... who were keeping a close watch on any approaching police and we watched with amusement when a car had been sighted for you should have seen the call to action and swift movement as they all hid their wares!
It was here that a terraced restaurant caught our eye and so in we went, sat back on their comfy couches and extended our viewing pleasure for some time whilst we took in the vista over a couple of sangrias, which happened to be the best sangria thus far, ...
... we met while traveling, we bought our tickets a month in advance, and already the only time slot available was 7 p.m., the very last one of the day. And May isn't even considered high season--though we wouldn't have guessed that from the crowds of tour groups in the more touristy parts of the city.
We arrived in Granada in the early afternoon of May 26 (Day 152), with Alhambra tickets for the following evening, so we had a full day and ...