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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... Granada Cathedral was built by Queen Isabella immediately after the conquest of Granada on the site of the Mosque that was built there by the Arabs. This cathedral is a masterpiece of Spanish Renaissance style and construction began in 1523. The Alhambra The Alhambra is Granada's premier tourist attraction and as such, it is very difficult to get tickets, especially as part of a tour group. So, in order to get to see it, we had to go at ...
... said they were 40 euros so I expected it to be around this price. Unfortunately when I arrived at the ticket desk the woman said it was 110 euros. I replied with "you've got to be kidding. Why?!" She looked at me very displeased and impatient. I only imagined that she was thinking 'stupid tourist.' She said with a bleak look, "the cheaper ones are at night." So as I was on a time limit and I didn't want to wait like 9 hours in a train station, I just decided to bite the bullet and do ...
... and had some lunch before heading off to Tam's hostel for a tapas tour (which neither of us were hungry enough for) we went to 3 tapas bars and got 3 drinks and 3 tapas each. I had some prawns and Ben a cheese and ham toastie, followed by patatas bravas, salmon con phillidelphia, black rice aranchini things and weird Mexican wrap thing with mince in it. We then headed back to the hostel for some chats which turned out to be not my best moment. Now I just feel tired, stressed ...
... be "blessed." Never in my life have I felt so happy about every aspect of my life. While it will be nice to see my family and friends and have another West Michigan summer, I'm just not ready to leave. Even though I know this isn't real life and that the funds are completely dried up, it's time to come home. So... see you soon Michigan and see you later Granada!
Attached are a few (only a few) of my favorite moments and times throughout my time in Granada.
... very rich for a while. Sadly they were also the start of the Spanish Inquisition. It is also implied that she was the brains behind the throne as implied by the fact that her head makes a bigger indentation in her rocky pillow on her sarcophagus thingymabob... I'm drawing a blank on the proper name...
At this point I was thoroughly miserable and insisted on returning to the hotel room to change into dry shoes ...