Hotel GHM Monachil
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... an oil well in their garden. Back at the Center we all said our farewells. We took a Tuk Tuk to the Royal Residence and gardens. At a nearby Chinese Temple, because it is New Year, there is much burning of paper money and gifts for their ancestors and of course Joss sticks, quite an aroma. We decided the gardens had looked better from the Tuk Tuk, on the far side is a lovely hotel built in french colonial style, which has three old open ...
... These are for cooking. Please, sir. These are very special. For my family. My mother and father. They are gifts. Please sir, no. For my parents, they are dying, mi madre, mi padre señor, por favor...' To no avail. We missed the train. While Kerry bought tickets for the next one, I went in search of a post office. 'Stop. You can't run around Madrid with a box of knives. Put them in your pack.' So off I went, dragging my wheeled pack down the streets, searching ...
... a cab and asked him direct us to our room. Sini hopped in the taxi and I followed. The Albayzin district is one of those centuries old hill towns with passage ways, some with stairs, for streets. The taxi guy could only get us so far then pointed, it is somewhere down those steps. We parked Lucy and started our walk. About 5 minutes later we found our room but had no idea how we were going to get Lucy down there. Nicolas, our ...
... looks like a house. It's quite an interesting concept. In the top part of the cave they might put cement to protect for water and humidity. This area is where you will find the real gypsies. As well as the pure flaminco dancing. We walked through the narrow streets and saw some of the hand work and typical decorated houses. We also saw the alambra from far. I could not even have imagined how big this is. It really was a strong hold with a ...
... panels, stone pillars & beams, finely designed tile work, pots and vases, household items, and more.
The heat the past couple days has been killer, ranging from 95 to 105 degrees and slightly humid. As we do mostly walking around the city, it had been really sucking all of the energy out of us. Now we understand what the Spanish ¨siesta¨ is all about. We retreated to our hostel ...