Hotel Plaza Nueva
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... a great time catching up over vino and tapas. Monday we checked out Sevilla, having a lengthy brekky, seeing the palace, the former Jewish quarters with cute streets and shops, the typical Spanish neighbourhood of Triana and enjoyed more Spanish wines and tapas. That evening we got to see the flamenco music and dance, performed for free at a nearby pub which finished the day well. Tuesday we hit the road to Granada with a few stops along the ...
My week in Barcelona July 25- August 2 was full of social
connections, the falling away of one, and the addition of several others. I
landed in an uncomfortable spot to say the least, and by Monday had moved to
not only a place I could settle into, but I also found a new friendship. Belen
is spiritually based therapist who shares my views and the language of emotion,
and she has a command of the English language, so we could ...
... 8221;That’s nice guys but a simple temple would suffice.”
La Hacienda Plaza
Lunch was at La Hacienda Plaza. It was on the pricy side but served large portions. I had the grilled veggies with ham, olive oil, and sea salt. It came to me sizzling on a platter just like you see at TGIFs or something. Even thought the waitress told me it was hot I burned the **** out of my mouth several times. I struck up a conversation with ...
... figures, the decorating themes in the Alhambra are quite varied. The classical calligraphic decoration is used, in particular cursive and kufic inscriptions, which reproduce the words of Zawi ben Ziri (founder of the Nasrid dynasty): "Only God is Victor", and poems written by different poets of the court. The decorative elements most often used by these architects were stylised vegetal forms, interlacing decoration and the nets ...
We set off back to Granada in the morning and realised that from now on, we're essentially heading home (in the sense that we're travelling back towards it). This had a surprising effect on us and we started to begin looking back over our trip as if it was over, even though there are 10 days left still and plenty more to do!
We noticed when we started Walter up that there was a faint light on for the battery on the dashboard. We decided to get ...