Hotel Plaza Nueva
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- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Too bad they don't have the money or time to do so. There was an optional excursion to see a gypsy dance show in the caves at 9 PM. You wouldn't get back to the hotel until after midnight and there's a 7 AM bags out. Only 9 of our 32 went. The rest of us had aching knees and hips or were just tired. When we got back to the hotel at 9 PM none of our key cards worked. It's happened before so we knew it was a quick computer fix at the desk. No ...
... Malaga and I checked in with no problems Poor Carol had a 6 hour wait as her flight to Bristol was not til 9 pm. Sat and had our last coffee together and the it was time for goodbyes as I went through. Thank you Carol for making this such a memorable and enjoyable holiday.
My flight to Marseille left on time and arrived early, good old Ryanair. Arrived at the lesser of Marseille's airports, they are alongside ...
... were so close to not getting tix for one of the most visited site in Spain so we ended up signing up for a tour guide. Thank god we did because we wouldn't have learned anything if we hadn't. However, there were almost as many people at the Alhambra as Versailles. There was only a couple of places that stood out to me--Nasrid Palaces with its ornate ...
... gardens and visited Generalife (a small summer palace), ending our visit to Alhambra on the terrace of a Parador hotel in the middle of Alhambra for a couple of drinks.
Alhambra lives up to the hype about this place, beautiful gardens, great ruins, wonderful palaces, all well maintained and preserved.
Off to Madrid in the morning for our last night in Spain, then off to Morocco on Monday.
After classes today and almuerza with Ana, the group met up again to go to Albaycín--basically the origin of the residential part of what is now Granada. The commercial area originated 13th century in the valley, and the residential area (Albaycín) about the same time in the mountains (the guide thinks for security). This was originally an Islamic neighborhood, and was originally named Bozoyon (spelling?), which is Arabic for falconer. The rich muslims ...