Hotel Granada Centro
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... sufficiently more awkward (he was wearing a red bow tie), he asked to have coffee with me later that night or the next day. I thought "**** I'm going to have to pull the boyfriend card and exit this situation." So I said "ahhh I'm sorry but I have a boyfriend and I'm going to walk this way now..." Which was followed by a very sad and pathetic look and the response "oh.... Well nice to speak to you." So that was my brief experience of France, very forward men who wear bow ties. Right ...
... a lot has been written about it and at least one movie made about it (which I now really want to see!). Better yet, go see it if you can (the building, not just the movie). I'll just end by saying that it's the one church I've visited in my travels that truly felt like a sacred space, and the only one I saw that actually evoked a sense of peace and spirituality in me. The vision is to complete the cathedral by 2026 - the 100th anniversary of Gaudí's death. I don't know ...
... several cruise ships docking. Funny how you always get your bearings and work things out just when you're about to move on. Trip back to the airport and beyond was hassle free and our 5pm. flight smooth. Some minor confusion over bus routes around the town, but found accommodation easily enough and we are greeted and settled in by ...
... few minutes a group of Spanish guys played
the guitar and performed for us. I was truly in my happy place surrounded by good company, music, sunshine, and a fantastic view.
On my way back I came across the Chinese old man who plays music at our metro stop. He plays some kind of traditional instrument. Usually I walk by quickly without making eye contact but that day I put down a few coins and wished him a Happy New Year in Chinese. He responded ...
... were nice but not comparable to the ones we later saw at the Alcazar in Cordoba.
This last week we took a day trip out to Cordoba to see the Mezquita and the Alcazar. The Mezquita started out as a Christian Visigoth church, then was used by the Romans, then turned into a magnificent mosque and then into a Catholic church during the Inquisition. The Alcazar, where the head of the Inquisition operated, was also worth a ...