Husa Arcipreste de Hita
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... and shared some lovely snacks to fortify ourselves for the journey home and the getting ready for a gathering with all the young people from Holland, Spain and London, what a huge bunch of bright and fun young people they are---Seems funny how they are the "young people" and all are getting close to or have achieved 40! I would probably have been offended at 40 to be the "young people." We were now down to less than 24hours ...
... Tuesday-Thursday, with the exception of "night" classes for Spanish movies and art and a human geography class. NO FRIDAY CLASSES. EVER. The Monday and Tuesday of this week were "presentations" of every class: you could sit in each class offered for 30 mins to get a feel for the professor, course content, and setup of the class. After a LOT of last minute schedule changes in the CEH, I finally have my schedule figured out for this ...
... It is owned by the state of Spain. The royal family has not lived in the palace for almost 100 years, so it is only used for heads of state events and tourists.
It is hard to describe the palace. The first word that comes to mind is "outrageous." The ceiling frescos are beautiful, the collection of art, furniture, china, sculptures, clocks and other antiquities is amazing.
One disappointment was that photos inside the palace are not allowed so ...
... Rick Steves really picks excellent guides. This man was very interesting and had a lots of history for us. We walked into the town and the cathedral is stunning. Apparently it is nothing special on the inside so we didn't go in but looks impressive from the outside. We kept walking to the Alcazar, the palace, fortress and later a military gun school. Now there was a castle. It is said that this castle was part of the inspiration ...
Catching up a bit.
The second day in Granada I got up super early (6:30 AM) was out of the hostel by 6:45 and at the bus stop for the Alhambra a little after 7 am. The way the Alhambra works is that you can reserve tickets online in advance. Then you pick up the tickets at the entry and are on your merry way. There are morning session tickets (8:30 am - 2 pm) and evening session tickets (2-8 pm) and night tickets (8-11? pm). You can also just get ...