Cuevas Abuelo Jose
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
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... of many colours – and as I mentioned before water features everywhere. The many gardens were created for the women to spend time in the outdoors as they were not to be seen in public. Every ceiling is embellished in some manner either in carved wood or elaborated designs based on the 8 pointed star.
We’ve included a number of photos to try and give you an impression of what we experienced but we ...
... was either bland, white, cream and brown or was colourful blue, orange, aqua and red tiles. The only place where there was a lot of colour was the kings mothers room and the kings room. This was because they were the most important people in the house and they 'needed' colour. An interesting aspect of each of the rooms was that they were long from the front to the back which meant the person if importance would sit on their throne looking out into ...
... 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, ...
... soon after. Walked down hill to local bar for plate of jamon and nice glass of red wine. Came home and discovered I for some foolish reason had left my bag at the bar, of course it was not there. Rick reassured that staff would have put it away. Can't believe I could be so foolish, don't know why I didn't give it a thought, thought for some reason I had left it in the room. Didn't sleep ...
... buildings were. Therefore the meeting didnt take so long and we decided to go and have a drink with the other people. We were with a group of 20 people more or less and we went to plaza trinidad and got to know eachother a little. Mostly the names and where everybody was from. But it was nice, finally meeting other Erasmus and exchange students!
From some of the people there I heard that there would be free flamenco classes in the night, so with a smaller group we decided to ...