Andalucia Center Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... was my first taste of South Spain, and it did not disappoint! We spent the first day wandering the condensed yet quaint streets, discovering immense churches, comforting coffee and intriguing vintage stores. We climbed an abundance of stairs at the end of the day to an ancient "bath" that offered a spectacular view of the city and the setting sun. Before it got too dark we ventured back down to find a suitable tapas bar for my ...
... we walked to a cathedral [lot's of exercise!] we did not even get to go inside the church! so when we got free time, we went inside the church and it is huge!!!!!!!!!! Dad gave me 1 euro to light up 1 candle,so I said a prayer and inserted my coin and light up 12 candles!!!!!!!!!!!!.
At the Alhambra, the tour guide split us up and our 2nd tour guide gave us head phones and a radio, so she could talk to us. our ...
... to Madrid's CBD. Rod had hit the jackpot with our hotel, it was centrally located, had a lovely feel about it and our room was luxurious along with helpful and friendly staff. With only an overnight stay in Madrid we had no time to waste so we dropped our bags and headed out to explore. Out of the hotel and right or left the place was buzzing. We walked the streets absorbing the variety of architecture and the atmosphere. It didn’t take us long to sniff out ...
... Flamenco show.
At about 18:00 I headed for the No. 30 or 34 Bus for the trip to the Alhambra, and bought a ticket from the driver (€1.20 as I recall). My appointment to tour the Palacio Nazaries was at 20:00, so I wanted at least an hour or two to tour other parts of the complex. I couldn’t remember which of the stops was the best to disembark from, but the driver stopped at the entrance to the Generalife Gardens, so I figured it ...
... with our big group but previous groups advised us that it all works out. I was a little mad because Barcelona was one of the places I was looking forward to most and I had heard there wasn’t much to do in Granada. I had originally wanted to go Madrid instead of Granada but ended up going along with what the group wanted.
We got into Granada around dinner time and ate dinner at our hostel. It was the same Oasis brand as ...