Hotel Corona Granamarb de Atarfe
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... complex. So I exited the fort and walked toward the ticket booth. Luckily it is low season, so I got my ticket really quickly with little wait. Since my Nasrid palace reservation is for 1130 am, I head over to Charles the V for a quick tour. The palace is very nice circular with beams made of mix sandstones, there is no dome due to Charles V's son Philip the II abandoned the palace and went to Madrid then build the Escorial as his own palace. The palace is used ...
... chicken sausages. I tried a tiny bit of one - it was very salty and had ********ey bits which we were not at all appetising. It was nearly 10pm when I decided to head back - oops another late night and no Camino blog updates done. I had a quick bite to eat at a restaurant next to the hotel - it had a slight Italian influence. I have grilled brim which was delicious and had a heap of salad. Tuesday I started the day with an olive oil trip - picked up at the hotel by the tour guide with ...
... up a loose and stony hillside, following a mixture of marker posts (apparently pointing towards Periana!) and blobs of red paint on the rocks. It's sunny and increasingly hot and my progress is slow, especially as I'm spending lots of time cursing the numerous flies which are buzzing around me. The flies are presumably the penalty we've got to pay for all the beautiful warm weather we've had this autumn. They're totally obnoxious and impossible ...
... there were awesome little water features everywhere which was really nice to see so Hannah got to get very snap happy and took hundreds of photos I am sure. The three palaces have so much history within them. The place was originally built as a fortress in 889 and then converted into a palace in 1333 by Yusuf I, Sultan of Granada. It was quite different to any of the castles we have seen previuosly as it is very middle eastern in the way it is set out - lots of ...
... that we had to enter before 2pm – the Alcazaba (the fort) and the Palace of the Generalife. Tickets were scanned as we entered these venues and we would not have been able to get in after 2pm even though we were still in the grounds. We were there for 7 hours (9-4).
The Moors arrived in Spain in 711, however it was not until 1238 the founder of the Nasrid dynasty (Muhammad I al-Ahmar) set up his court on the hill beginning ...