Hotel HG Gaona
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... the aid of modern technology. The Moors worked and lived behind this fortress until they finally surrendered to the Monarch Catholics in 1492. We continued wandering through the old sections of Granada until siesta time around 3 pm. As we opened our balcony doors the rains came down hard again, perfect timing. After a nice nap we headed up to Maria's for dinner. She was very happy to see us. Her small cafe has four tables. More ...
... late afternoon. Now we were headed back for Granada.No luck hitchhiking back. We ended up walking the whole 5k back into town. A public fountain was a welcome sight after the hour in the sun. The same woman that I had asked directions to in the morning was there, she laughed with content in hearing my story of our adventure in my broken Spanish. The bus comes and before we knew it, were were headed back to our hostel cooking dinner with our new friends from Middle Earth. ...
... other happenings. I felt too touristy here.
On Tuesday 25 June, I taxi'd to the train station to collect my rental car and had a very helpful attendant at Europcar with good English and humour. I was free upgraded to a Renault from the very basic Hyundai i10 that I'd booked. It was the first time I’ve ever been hesitant about an upgrade considering I'd booked the smallest car I could get for the skinny European ...
... us all around the old town, including some narrow
streets with steps! Eventually we found our way out of Granada but then
really struggled to find accommodation - finally we were offered a flat at
around 11pm but it was 12km off our route - which of course will have to be
reversed tomorrow. Oh well c'est la vie, as they say. Very grateful not to
be sleeping under a hedge at ...
... the bridge which are now under water. The Mezquita Cathedral was originally a mosque and was built In about 600 AD. It has had a long history originally as a mosque and then later as a Christian church. It has been declared a Unesco world heritage site and is truly beautiful. We haven't really seen anything like this in our travels, it is enormous inside and ornate in a way that is very different from the Christian decorations. This building ...