Andalucia Center Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... are the part that famous for the
elaborate stucco work in Islamic geometric designs and the courts of the lions
and the arrayanes (myrtles) with their perfect symmetry and moving water
features. The Nasrid Palaces, though, are only a small part of the total
Alhambra complex, small enough that a limited number of people are allowed to
enter at a time and tickets to the Alhambra include a timed entry for that part
to prevent ...
... and the Christians though. In a nutshell, they essentially kicked out all of the Muslims centuries ago due to the power of the Pope. Granada is a prime example of where Christianity and the Muslim religion come together. Throughout the city you can see the influence of Arabic and Muslim style architecture (the Alhambra being the biggest example). So as I didn't have a ticket to get into the Alhambra I had to get up at 6 am in order to get a ticket at the gate. I was pretty sour ...
... cobblestone to keep the streets cool- but they also kill your feet.
We first headed up to a look out under the Alhambra in the old Jewish district for a view of the city- in particular albaicin a world heritage listed suburb. We then headed along the river and into a Muslim bath house. An old stone building ...
... Serrano ham, sliced hard boiled egg, THE most amazing sun-dried tomato with a cream cheese mixture of walnut and some sort of berry, yogurt, croissant and coffee. Then they came through again with the wine cart. Yes! I was primed and ready to discover Granada!
Jumped into a taxi to the hotel and was again, pleasantly surprised with my pick. GREAT location, the building was built in 1928 but modern on the inside, a very peaceful, 36 ...
... we walked down the mountain, ate a very late lunch, and wandered up the Darro river, past the Plaza Nueve, up the Paseo de los Tristes. We walked back down, ate more food and caught a bus to the San Nicholas view point to get a good exterior look at the Alhambra. From there, our feet were done so we walked back and went to bed.
Up the next morning for a miserable wet walk to the train to head to Sevilla.