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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... gold and even just the way they built the whole thing is amazing. The surrounding bays of the altar each have a golden structure inside of it depicting one thing or another. Following around the Cathedral of gold we find a room that says strictly no photography and although I was tempted, when I saw the camera’s no doubt sending a live feed to security my temptations quickly died. The first room had some amazing paintings inside with so much detail its almost a shame I was the one ...
... overlooking the Alhambra called Carmen de Aben Humeya. Most of my pictures from today were from the sunset that took place there. Not only was the view great, but the food soooo good (lots of Moroccan influence). The restaurant used to be a wealthy family mansion and now has been converted to a restaurant.
More on Granada tomorrow. For now, I'm off to go to sleep. I need my beauty rest - after all I am a Queen.
... go home we can book the ticket for feb at the same time as I go to India. We found a pretty cheap ticket back home so we booked that, and mine to India. We are going to really miss each other, but I try not to think about it just yet. Hopefully it will be good for us, and it will give Paul a good opportunity to spend some time with his friends and family, sell his horse float, finish his datsun and do everything he has been planning on doing since ...
Cafe y tostdas con tomata, oil and salt for breakfast. And so far we've spent the day shopping for a bus ticket and clothes. At night we saw one last flamenco show before leaving Spain. This time it had dancing too. And while the music seemed a little worse then the one in Valencia the dancer was very impressive. It also felt a but more Arabic. More microtonal and ionics I think, or I could be talking out of my ...
... warned endlessly when travelling by car in Spain that you only park when your car is empty or when contents are hidden.
The Picasso Museum, our only reason for entering the city was well worth the inconvenience; the building is gorgeous and the paintings are always a joy. Picasso was born in Malaga ...