Andalucia Center Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Alhambra Got up early to visit one of the world's most amazing buildings- the Alhambra and Generalife. This complex of castles, palaces and gardens began sometime before the 10th century ( I forgot many of the dates and names so definitely some will be made up - I follow the Dave Barry school of history, and believe that if you assume that everything happened on one date the events are much easier to ...
... wrapped around us. Two glowing orbs bobbed on the surface of the water. A couple of calm faced musicians were playing frosted white Tibetan singing bowls, their drone drifting into the night and the water resonated around them. Shooting stars and vapour trails sliced the dark sky above us and birds sang in the trees. We bumped back to the main road, Carlos strumming on his guitar, drifting between sleep and ...
... have to get up in the middle of the night!!! Solution: buy entry for Friday as well. So, we visited the Nasrid Palaces on Friday afternoon at our scheduled time of 3:30pm and went back at a much more suitable 10am Saturday morning to visit the rest of the Alhambra & the Generalife.
The Nasrid palaces are beautiful but somewhat lack life. There is only conjecture about how these empty ...
... his work formally started in Granada which lead to him establishing his hospitals. Our first stop was Casa Vengas, the home of the Don Miguel Aviz, a descendant of the last Sultan of Granada. Don Miguel's was a friend of John of Avila and made available the vestibule at the entrance to his house, a pace for John to sleep after he returned from Baeza and Guadalupe. John was now working amongst the city poor, and at night he ...
... size (!) buses driving down the same streets we thought were barely wide enough for the mini buses. Paul opened the door of the cafe to take a photo and I thought a side mirror of one of the buses just missed him. And the buses don't go slow - oh no.
Finally we took some time out on the roof top deck of our hotel to enjoy Alhambra from a different angle with the Sierra Nevada Mountains to our right. It's been a pretty magical day so far.
(Accommodation: Room Mate ...