Hotel Granada Centro
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... It is apparently a well preserved example of "a city within a city". Tourists are advised to book tickets in advance but since we didn't, we will go early (7am) to the ticket office and hope to score tickets as we're told there will be some available on first come/first served basis. Of course there are a lot of other attractions: museums, cathedrals, etc and we want to explore the city so we won't be bored. Our hotel was a lovely ...
... when we arrived, there were tourist coaches en masse, we did however want to see the deep gorge atop which Ronda sits so we persevered and eventually found some parking.
We so enjoyed strolling the quaint little lanes which led us up to the stone arched bridge which spans across the steep gorge and links the town together. The views down into the gorge, out across the valley and over to the distant mountain range were stunning. Along the edge of the ...
... front of the wall. I'm thinking about outfitting my dream home with a flint finish, keep those pesky neighbor kids out of my infinity pool. Hey, a girl can dream!
Samantha and I booked all of our transportation separately, but we planned on taking the same options. However, there was a bit of a mishap when we booked our bus tickets to Granada, and Samantha's ended up being the bus before mine. We waited in line for almost 45 minutes to see if they ...
... d have thought no one ever talked to them in their native language. But, this was a little out of the way place so maybe they don’t get too many Americans renting from them. Anyways, we get the car and off we head to The Caves of Nerja, that the locals had mentioned. We get there just in time before they close for lunch for 2 hours. (This is such a common thing in Spain you learn to just ...
... As we wandered through the gardens, we also came across a beautiful brick and stone staircase which had banisters that doubled as little water canals.
From the gardens, we made our way to the Alcazaba, the oldest and most ruined part of the complex. As we scrambled over the ruins, we got fine city views from its highest watch tower and views over the snow covered Sierra Nevada mountains. This fortress once defended the Alhambra’s 2000 residents. ...