C. Mira de Amezcua 3, Guadix, Andalusia, 18500, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by cmdickson


... bloody cold here! The Alhambra was very empty as only the 8.30 group were before us. The palace was everything we expected, very lovely with intricate cravings and so middle eastern! I can't understand why the conquering King Charles 1, didn't rip it all out as it is so Moorish. Apparently he was an aesthete and was overawed by its beauty. More than the palace though, I loved the gardens, the woodlands moreso than the formal gardens, ...

A Day in Granada

A travel blog entry by kkrieg


After an early 6.30am rise we headed to Granada, taking a 3 hour bus ride. On ariving we went straight to the Alhambra, which contains the largest Muslim monuments in the world. It consisted of large gardens with water features, flowers, cyprus trees etc.

As we wandered through the grounds there were Roman remains which were from the 3 AD, before the Muslims ruled the area. The main feature of this area was the Muslim Palace. ...

All around the world

A travel blog entry by aramyazdani


... it was also the day our old Queen Beatrix gave her thrown to our new King Willem-Alexander we had to celebrate it. So Jesse and I fixed everything we needed, decorated his house (we celebrated it there because his house is bigger) and invited all of our friends. The party was great everyone was or got orange. Besides that it was a real dutch queens day party it also became a real Spanish party, because everyone, including the police, came! In Spain it is very normal for ...

I can't believe....

A travel blog entry by kyliebeeson


... willing to spend the money to go with me.

Not much happened that was super exciting this week, but it is still very exciting to be here and to be learning every day about the way that people live their lives and spend their time. It makes me more thankful for some things at home, and also wish that we could be more like them in other ways. Needless to say, its a continuous learning experience.

Hasta luego!

Goobye Granada!

A travel blog entry by danialw


... Inquisition began. What resulted was that Spanish Muslims and Jews had to choose between Catholicism, expulsion, or death. Unlike the Catholic monarchs, the Moors were less concerned with personal religious views. They let religions, cultures, and philosophies thrive as long as they did not threaten the state. The Catholic Monarchs wanted a Catholic population and a state, and they went about a forced campaign to achieve this. What ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on C. Mira de Amezcua 3, Guadix, is near Real Club de Golf las Brisas.
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