Hotel M.A. Alhamar
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel M.A. Alhamar Granada
This hotel has a good sized room and bathroom. Some of the bathroom package (comb, shower cap) were just empty boxes. I am looking forward to a good night's sleep.
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... br> By this time we decided to go to the cathedral next [4E]. There were no pix inside but several people were doing it so I took a few stealthy one. It is a large cathedral.
You do lose some perspective without a guide in a cathedral as there would be undoubtedly many details to point out. Many of these nevertheless can be read about beforehand or looked up after. The worse combo is no guide and no pictures. It was not unexpectedly quite ...
... her (in Español, of course, she had no Inglese) that she was a gifted cook, she lifted one of her legs in happiness. I don't mean that in a derogatory way, like she was a horse or something, but I'd never seen this way of expressing appreciation before. In a human. We indulged ourselves in the blue tiled, slippery spa and felt pampered and well broiled afterwards. Thank you for the recommendation, Janet and Barry. Perfecto. This is going to get boring, but I can't ...
... time in Granada. We visited the famous Alhambra and the castle and enjoyed walking around the town. The people of Spain are so friendly and accommodating. Next stop tomorrow is Marbella in the Costa Del Sol Andalucia region. We'll be in this area for over a week. Looking forward to it!! Granada ...
... is definitely different from Spanish at home. In just one month I learned more about past tense and subjunctive than I did in 4 years of high school Spanish class, and I definitely fell asleep less often (per week) than I did in Mrs. Pickering's class. It definitely makes a difference having professors who refuse to speak in English from day one. Ana and África could speak English to an extent, although they claimed that we spoke better Spanish than they ...
... it was just fabulous, perfect almost.
As we approached Granada, following our travelling companion named, Tom Tom's advice, we found the streets starting to narrow, getting even narrower than we had seen in Italy. At one point I was starting to think that Tom had started to lead us into a trap, as we passed down one way winding lanes that opened onto small piazzas which at the time of day we were travelling, post lunch, were full of ...