Petit Palace Canalejas
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... opinion is a much better visit. Nothing to do with the rain at Alhambra, I promise. This place is regal, it has a real palatial feel and the architecture is in better condition and the colours seem to be still intact, and the use of the garden spaces in the area meld nicely with the buildings. There are a lot of people here, but timing is everything and we got most of our photos without people. We still aren’t sure how it happened, but really happy! The place is a maze of rooms ...
... cushion models - an el-cheapo model for 2€ or the extra padded version for 8€. On account of already possessing a big **** and being a tight version of the same, I went for the basic model and armed with that and a bottle of water, in I went.
I waited the next ten minutes or so wondering just what was about to unfold.
Like all things Spanish, this is an event with style and panache and while the inevitable end is about death, there is ...
... nap. Later Franci and I walked around and stopped for some caracoles or snails. They are a favorite of the area. They are not the big escargot but little. Very good but salty. Then we headed for the ice cream place that Nygil recommended. I had mango and a scoop of goat cheese. Really good! Back to the hotel for a short rest and then met in the lobby to go to a flamenco dancing show. Nygil took us through all kinds of little back streets and pointed out some houses with ...
... beautiful cathedral. ( the bloody bells are non-stop this morning, some saint must have kicked the bucket!) Greg and I partook in some local liquid refreshments yesterday avo at the bar directly underneath us, then girls joined us for dinner there. Finally a fairly decent paella. Unfortunately today is raining, still warm, and a shop in our lane is beginning some renovation work I believe by the sound of it! Oh well can't have everything I ...
... lessons in the blog there are some things that you might be interested in about this cathedral as follows:
1. It is largest Gothic building in the world;
2. It is the 3rd largest cathedral in the world after St. Peter (in the Vatican) and St. Paul (London);
3. It is the highest cathedral in Spain. Of course this may change when the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona is finally completed;
4. It has the 3rd most valuable art collection in Spain ...