Andalucia Center Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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... But it doesn't really offer much and it's very Walmart like, but a bit worse. We grab a taxi into town and start having a look around. It's another beautiful day in Spain with the sun out and no clouds. We walk a few streets before coming across a major cathedral in town Mum and Dad want to spend some time in. We decide to split and meet in an hour. Leesh and I go walk the streets and with a ...
When i first arrived at Granada, Spain our family gave us a tour of the beautiful City. In our first day we went to Albaycin that has narrow and small streets and which is a good place to walk. We spent most of our time just walking through the beautiful streets of Albaycain, but we also went to the Corral del Carbon Monument ...
... through the free parts first, including the baths, church and the palace of Charles V. It was on and off cloudy with some rain sprinkled in for good measure. Shortly before 2 we got in line for the Nasarid palaces. With storm clouds building we just got inside before a big deluge. Hard to describe in words how beautiful these palaces and their gardens are. We took lots of pictures and bought a book...
Tomorrow being a long transition day we arose at 8 this morning to check our exit strategy. We have to get to the station early, so need to check whether there will be cabs at the nearby taxi rank; plan B, where is the number 33 bus stop on Gran Via? That established, we had breakfast out in a regular Granada institution on the Gran Via (love the fresh orange juice served everywhere) and walked off into the Realejo, the Jewish quarter, to look at craftsmen's workshops. It was too ...
... to return to Syria. Duaa has since gone back to Syria for a wedding and Ramadan, and I can't even imagine what it is like to live in the middle of that conflict. I will never forget getting to know these people.
8. The graffiti. I may be being silly because the graffiti in the midwest sucks, but there are some artists with spray-cans on the streets of Granada. My favorite graffiti involves the large faces that are painted everywhere, but there is also ...