- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Muslims when they took over Spain. Then we wandered the streets for a bit. We wandered some more the next day in the afternoon, and in the morning we went to the Granada Cathedral which was an amazing church though the ones in Barcelona were better. Tomorrow we go to ...
... year, I spent time in Madrid and we did…"
Rachel and I clicked right away, for not having met each other face to face prior to me showing up at her door. She and her cute little dog, Chloe, welcomed me and made me feel at home. Although my plans were shifted a day, I decided to stick with the time frame I had planned in each stop before heading to the island. I kept it pretty low key that first day in Madrid but pushed myself as long as possible with just a short nap ...
... I do have to have my headphones on from 11-1 pm,
blasting classical music to drown out the post dinner activity of the several
restaurants below my room. After an
over-priced, mediocre lunch my first day, I gave up and cooked at the apartment.
With the exception of Francesca’s jamon and tomato pa amb oli. This adorable
spot just over a stone bridge is in the shade on the small river Dario, and is
the perfect, mostly local ...
... as apparently the centre is a no car zone unless you’re a taxi or resident – oops!
Our 3 nights in Granada have been stunning, particularly enhanced by the charming Cielo and Jose, our Airbnb hosts. The reviews had not been wrong! A modern apartment on a hill overlooking the city of Granada with an incredible view you could never tire of including of the Alhambra and beautiful dusty sunsets every evening with the changing colour of the clouds, and only ...
Coined "Damascus of the west" by medieval Arab travelers, Granada has been eulogized by countless poets and writers in the last 500 years as the lost paradise of Europe. Granada's natural beauty at the foot of snow-capped Sierra Nevada mountains, its highly fertile plain irrigated by snow melt rivers, and the magnificent Alhambra castle crowing the Sabika hill, all added to the mystique of the city. Granada reminds me of Lhasa, Tibet, ...