Las Nieves Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... for the city of Granada.
The Nazaries Palace was built and it was where the kings, sultanesses, and the concubines lived. Yes, they had harems here! There are also rooms upon rooms in the palace for business, leisure and hosting guests. Generallife (pronounced HeneralLeaf-ay), is a village next to the Alhambra and was where royalty lived. This area has many beautiful gardens, fountains and peaceful niches!
... br> In the evening we had dinner at an open air restaurant with a superb view of the Alhambra, which we enjoyed as the sun set. We tarried over our dinner until almost 11:00 pm, which we considered quite late, but the restaurant remained busy, and as we traveled in a cab back to our hotel we saw that the streets were alive with people enjoying the evening hours.
It was another good day, one that promises to be a highlight of our trip.
... It took us about 4 hours to tour the grounds - a 'must do' in Granada.
3. Free tapa with your drink - Any cafe or bar (as long as it doesn't say 'restaurante' outside) in Granada will serve free tapa with a drink. So we capitalised and enjoyed a few 'copas' of Alhambra, The tapas are not massive - most probably some cheese and bread or some olives but something nonetheless.
We are very pleased we could fit Granada into our itinerary. Definitely worth a two day ...
... to our tickets and the timed entry notation of 2.00 pm. It is only midday so we decide to catch the bus down to the old city and spend some time taking in the sights there.
An hour and half later, we are back on the bus en-route to The Alhambra for our 2.00 pm entry.
We spend an exhausting 5 hours wandering, exploring, climbing and investigating as much of the complex as our legs can cope with. The bus takes us back to the old city ...
... Granada once we'd seen our hostel. It is the kind of love that prompts shamefully soppy poetry and thirteen-year-old girls to graffiti their diaries with hearts and "4evas" - consider yourself warned. Even if it weren't for the three-story-bunkbeds, the tree house, people lazily reading in the hammocks or jamming with bongo drums, guitars and harmonicas in the chill out room; even if the bar didn't play everything from Miles Davis to ...