Hotel M.A. Alhamar
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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... We get the 9.30 tour through got palace and it's amazing, the intricate carvings into the stone is so fine that from far away it looks like lace. The fountains, gardens, symmetrical patterns in tile and stone everywhere make this place a true masterpiece. Really enjoyed the rest of Alhambra too, it's covers a huge area and takes a good few hours to see ...
... The building was built by the Main Mosque and was begun in 1500's and it was a beautiful monument. Today we were flanked by beggars (outside churches of all places - who were putting on an act!!! - ask Hamish as he does a fab imitation of them!) and women wanting money which was a little daunting if you don't know how to speak the language (which was us). There were ladies forcing herbs into our hands and wanting you to give ...
Having enjoyed our time in Morocco so much we were really pleased that we were continuing on to Spain and not going straight home, for it gave us another adventure to look forward to. Having organised a hire car our plan we simply to head south and explore. Whilst we had a rough itinerary in mind we wanted to remain flexible, so the only things we had locked in were our first night of accommodation in Madrid and our last four nights in Barcelona where we were catching ...
... who was apparently the son of the owner of the company. They initially had some kind of heated discussion, and I’m not sure what that was all about? We’d be taking the 1.5 hour tour this time, and the owner’s son would be joining us on the electric bicycle.
We proceeded up the small road past the Alhambra and then farther uphill past the large walled cemetery. As I was soon about to learn, this was going to be the rugged ...
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 ...