Hotel M.A. Princesa Ana
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... hay. Granada is famous for the Alhambra, the lavish palace which is a top Spanish tourist attraction selling over 6600 tickets a day. Consequently we had to be up and queued early in the morning amongst several hundred other hopefuls. We divided up and joined both queues and managed to get in. It was a very impressive palace and took hours to explore. After lunch we wandered through the rest of the city and had another evening of tapas and vinos. ...
... Abraham connections in the States.
He has sweet, generous energy, and I am enjoying our uplifting talks. I am so grateful that he offered to keep
some luggage for the week…I can’t believe I got rid of so much and I am still
dealing with too much.
All trains to Granada were sold out for the coming week. So
I paid the extra for a short flight, and landed in an enchanting small town
overrun by tourists. The first day ...
... paid 7 euro for them do it for me but I really didn’t have that much to make it worth while. This began my first introduction to washing clothes in a sink. I just pretended that my hands were the washing machine blades, added some liquid soap, and away I went. My bed next to the window made for a decent drying rack and since most of my stuff is of the quick dry material (brought on purpose) it was dry by the next day.
Our bathroom ...
Coined "Damascus of the west" by medieval Arab travelers, Granada has been eulogized by countless poets and writers in the last 500 years as the lost paradise of Europe. Granada's natural beauty at the foot of snow-capped Sierra Nevada mountains, its highly fertile plain irrigated by snow melt rivers, and the magnificent Alhambra castle crowing the Sabika hill, all added to the mystique of the city. Granada reminds me of Lhasa, Tibet, ...
... to the top two towers in the old fort, the Alcazaba, for excellent views of the city, especially the old Albayzin district. We stayed in the complex until closing time as there was so much to see, a wonderful way to spend the day.
That evening we joined the locals in the Plaza de Bib-Rambla, where Koen played football (soccer) with a couple of young boys and charmed a cute little girl while we sat on the ...