Corona de Granada Hotel
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Alhambra is a palace and fortress complex located in Granada, Andalusia, Spain. It was mainly built in the mid 11th century by the Moorish king Mohammed ben Al-Ahmar of the Kingdom of Granada who built its current palace and walls, and later converted into a royal palace in 1333 by Yusuf I, Sultan of Granada.
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... OK, often!) getting lost, and always being happily surprised by something I didn't know I'd find.
Another unexpected pleasure I enjoyed in Barcelona was the company of others. When Avi left for home last week, I expected I'd be on my own for the rest of my time in Europe. And for the most part I am. But a couple of Italian girls were staying at my Airbnb at the same time I was, and one evening our conversation turned into a mini-dinner party when Inma, ...
... in 1492. The altar piece and other artwork was very ornate and impressive. We enjoyed our visit to the Capella Real especially since as we left the area we noticed a huge line coming out of the entrance door. We got there just in time !
The area around the Cathedral was fun to walk around. We had read about not accepting a twig of rosemary from any "gypsy" women around the Cathedral as they will then demand payment. We were ...
Granada. One of the later Spanish cities to have been conquered by the Catholic Monarchs, but perhaps one where the Moorish Arabic influence has remained the strongest. The city of La Alhambra.
Arriving at 10pm at night, the place felt like a quiet sleepy town, not at all as large and bustling as Seville did. However, in our two-day sojourn in Granada, we managed to pack in quite a bit. Here are some of our highlights:
1. Sacromonte and Abaycin. San Nicholas and ...
A good sleep is a blessed thing, we both got close. With new beds, new places, general restlessness, lively neighbourhoods, it can be hit and miss. This bed is good, the hood is quiet but our wall is on a set of steps, a path up and down the Albaycin. After breakfast at home, we headed out to find tourist information for a map etc. It was a where's Wally exercise, wrong info on websites, no signs etc. We finally located the office inside a government building, behind closed doors, no ...