Hotel Corona Granamarb de Atarfe
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the English pound against the Ringget helps. So David got a nice shirt from esprit for a fraction of the price in Europe. More afternoon tea when we returned to the hotel. They always give us a very welcome pot of tea and some homemade biscuits, which have a thin crunchy base with peanuts on top. So tonight we are off to Seven Terrace Boutique Hotel, which has a restaurant called Kebaya. This hotel is in the colonel style. For ...
... much with them. A Canadian couple did chat with me and we were in the same tour group so we chatted throughout the tour. Alhambra was amazing. The tour leader was so passionate and shared some very interesting myths and legends about Alhambra. It was significantly larger than I had expected. The architecture and the interior decorations really took my interest. I didn't realise how spectacular the reflection pond was until I had looked at the photos - it was superbly designed. ...
... website, where you request tickets and they then send what’s available. After 36 hours with no reply, we thought It was another failure, but after logging on to the website, a notice came up saying our tickets had been sent to our email address, which was completely untrue. Luckily however, you could print those tickets of the website, so we did that and collected the tickets from the reception printer.
After a long morning consisting of lazy sleeping ...
... really really hot, but I certainly don't doubt the place now.
On our first day we high tailed it down as early as possible to try and get there to watch the NZ women take on Spain in their knockout match (meaning Hannah was also unable to climb the hill to see the castle). We got there for the second half which was great, and spent a while eating a couple of tapas and drinking at a little arab place that had the waterpolo on. Unfortunately NZ lost the game so ...
... it was he who surrendered to the Catholic monarchs.
2. The Grand Hall of the Ambassadors: It is likely that two events, both of which took place in 1492, happened in this room. The first event on January 2nd was Boabdil signing the terms of his surrender and the second was Christopher Columbus making one of his final pitches to Isabella & Ferdinand, the Catholic monarchs, for funding for his voyage to the orient, whereupon ...