Andalucia Center Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and bread prior to my pm siesta... Ahh following the Spanish tradition, since everything is closed anyways :p In the late pm I woke up and visited the Cathedral, Library and Capilla De Real. My favorite is the Capilla since it is the final resting place of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, the founder of the once massive Spanish Empire and the united Spain. The tomb is very well decorated with sculptures. Then the cathedral, it ...
... walls. In another space, other women were equally hard at work on scaffolding, also doing repair work to the walls. Later, we read the interesting tidbit of information that the plaster these women were using contained a fluorescent compound, so that in the future the newly restored areas could be distinguished from the original wall decorations simply by shining fluorescent light.
The gardens of the Alhambra were beautiful with a ...
... dinner in the centre of our small town. We ate at El Tigre with Antonio as our server. He was fantastic in making recommendations that were fantastico ! We enjoyed a tomato vegetable salad plate - so fresh sweet and delicious were these tomatoes! Next up was the fried fish plate with mixed fish, anchovies (whole) and calamari. Loved the anchovies !!! So good. Then came a plate of mixed grilled meats for the boys to enjoy. And the cheese ...
... the Albaicyn and our favorite was a little place in the Albaicyn.We found that we soon tired of the traditional tapa bars, with the same list of greasy snacks and were glad to find Moroccan, Indian and other more appetizing options.
While in Granada, Rubi and Monique took a two week flamenco course at the Carmen de Las Cuevas center. Carmen de Las Cuevas provides spanish and flamenco classes for visitors. We found the ...
... for me, but the bus kept making strange noises, everyone felt uneasy. Our tour guide was on the bus with us and once we got to our stop she started telling us history and facts of the city. Granada was the last Moorish city in Spain, which got overtaken by Christians. La Alhambra is their palace. We walked through the streets, which were designed for water flow and collection. It was amazing to see such thought put into every detail of the city.