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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Hi everyone, This morning I woke up at 530 am to get ready and catch the early morning train from Sevilla to Granada. The distance from hotel to the train station is about 30 minute by foot with rough cobble stone sidewalk, I hate it when my luggage kept clunking all the way down the road, so I called the taxi instead. Got to the train station with plenty of time for even a small breakfast. Once the train takes off, its relatively empty, ...
This morning was wonderful: a cool temperature with low humidity. It was a morning nothing like we experience until well into October at home and a wonderful day to stroll the narrow, cobblestone streets of Granada. Beyond the excellent weather, however, the highlight of the day was a visit to the Alhambra, perched high on a hilltop overlooking the city.
The Alhambra was a Moorish and later a Christian fort and palace and is considered ...
... Sierra Nevada mountain range and all over the city of Granada. The Alhambra was the final part of Spain that was reconquered by Charles V when the reign of the Moors ended. The architecture and designs are Arabic with intricate designs and detailed stone carvings and mosaic tiling. Water features are abundant and unique. The entire palace was peaceful and beautiful which probably accounts for Queen Isabella having liked it so much. It was ...
... and then a waiter brought over a patron from another table who could speak English. She acted as our interpreter and ordered our meal making some perfect choices.
Once again the wine was not only very good, but very cheap and considering how cold it was, it was necessary to keep the cold at bay. Well that's our story.
We woke to a bright blue sky, the first in days, making it a very enjoyable drive to Granada. In most places on ...
... for our booking at the Alhambra. The Alhambra is a collection of palaces, fortresses and gardens set on top of a hill and constructed in the 10th century for muslim rulers and later used by catholic monarchs. So we wandered up the main road and caught a bus to the centre of town where we then got on a smaller bus that took us right to the front of the Alhambra. Here we got our prepaid tickets and went in ...