Hotel Granada Centro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... The Royal Chapel, commissioned as the burial site for the famous 'Catholic Monarchs' Ferdinand and Isabella, is now a museum. The Cathedral is one of the lightest inside. Had a light lunch and then we drove up to the Alhambra to spend a few hours wandering the gardens and buildings before entering the amazing Nasrid Palaces. After the visit we drove around the City and up ...
... buildings are pretty much side by side, so not a lot of walking required. Another big beautiful church built by F&I in 1523. Inside is dominated by huge Corinthian columns. The interior is a stunning white with a beautiful curved tiered apse, richly decorated with paintings.
We did not want to leave the cool of the cathedral but leave we must. We headed out stopped for ice cream and a drink and then caught the bus home. This proved ...
Granada is a smaller enjoyable City. The Alhambra, Al galaiant (Red Castle), dated back as far as 11 century, sits high atop Granada's Sabika Hill. The moorish art is extravagant and has been restored since it was re-discovered inn1829 by a US writer. About 6000 visitors for day makes it the most visited site in Spain. The garden and grounds are accessible but tickets need to be purchased in advance in order to ...
I've been in Spain for two whole days! Sunday I went to a nursing home and met my host mom's mother, she is 96 years old. While my roommate was at church I got to (attempt to) talk to the two women. I'm quickly starting to wonder if the professors and teachers back home even know Spanish! I am having a very hard time communicating, not only does every one speak like they are on fire, but in this part if Spain (Andalusia) they have a different accent than any I've ever heard ...
... on the hill that you don't get in WA because the mountains are always so far in the distance.
Tonight is the official "fiesta" night and so some of us are going to go out and explore some of the tapas places. But can't stay out too late because tomorrow we are going to the Sacromonte and Arab Baths!
Take a look at my new friend, Bimba. She just got some new clothes and looks so stylish!