Hotel M.A. Princesa Ana
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... dotted all along the highway. After lunch we entered the Andalucian region of Spain. The territory is divided into 8 provinces - Almería, Cádiz, Córdoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaén, Málaga and Seville. Its capital is the city of Seville but we are going to Granada today. Andalusia has been a traditionally agricultural region. The region has, however, a rich culture and a strong cultural identity. ...
Hi everyone! Sorry it has been so long since we last posted anything. Life has been wonderfully busy and we haven't had much time (or internet access) to work with. We somewhat recently spent the better part of a week in Granada, a small town sprawling up the mountainsides of southern Spain. The town is just dripping in its Islamic and Arabic roots and has a certain zestiness and exotic quality to it that immediately makes you feel like you've entered some other world. The ...
... it is costing us close to AUD 100 to fill the tank from empty. However we are still enjoying this way of travelling, especially the freedom to do our own thing, and the scenery!
It was a long day travelling from Sevilla to Granada, especially after a latish night of tapas, and then an early morning to get out of town. We decided to detour via Cordoba for lunch. It was well worth it! It was very busy there, but what a great day to be there. Perfect timing being the ...
... and social structures emphasized by these peoples. Each city exhibited a unique, yet comprehensive aura based on the date of the Reconquest and the prominence of various cultures.
The city of Cordoba, reconquered in 1236, was the smallest of the towns. Small streets designed for walking, locally owned shops, emphasis on nature and short, historic building style created the quaint, personal feel ...
... fried bread with Cerrano ham. My favorite was the baked eggplant glazed with honey. Lastly, there was breaded deep-fried baby shark. They were all delicious. Larry and Derek got the pork spare ribs w/o barbecue sauce which came with potatoes, peas, and carrots. Bev had the grilled chicken with the same vegetables. I had the fish which came with a slice of poblano pepper and a great red sauce. Bev shared her vegetables with me. During ...