Las Nieves Hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... a huge Moorish influence there is in the city. Street artists were out selling paintings with Arabic poems and they would also paint your name in Arabic. As we continued down, we went through and area packed with shops. Everything inside them was Moorish style decor, clothing, jewelry, toys, etc. I really wanted to buy us a matching family set of "mc hammer" pants but decided they probably wouldn't get worn. After exploring the ...
... parking spot in the city "but a seven minute walk" to the apartment. Having traversed the area seemingly close to his apartment and then parking the car in an area I deemed somewhat distant, seven minutes seemed an Ursain Bolt requirement. So we hailed a cab to see how far we'd get. He had to seek guidance from his street directory and made some tut-tut noises as we drove through busy and bustling side streets. We hadn't gone that far when he stopped and we understood that was as ...
13th July 2014. After a great FaceTime catch up with Bec and Kent we headed off to The Alhambra and Generalife complex. This is an incredible palace/fort/garden/hotel/museum/palace and UNESCO world heritage site. The photos will do it more justice than we can here. Lots of walking but very beautiful. Afterwards we attended the ...
... The palace, built in the 13th century is the main reason for a visit to the Alhambra. The last time we saw Islamic architecture in such exquisite detail was in Jaisalmer in India. This palace is a true masterpiece, no expense spared. Colourful ceramic tiles, intricately carved latticework, arched windows and central courtyards with lots of fountains. A mosque was built next to it....remember the Muslim "call to prayer" five times a day! ...
Morning, rode into town, had a look at the Cathedral and walked around the old area. Nice lunch in a square - went souvenir shopping. Rode back to camp ground and had a nap, before riding back in the evening for the Alhambra Palace night tour - at 10:30pm.
Only just made it in time - didn't realise that Alhambra was ...