Puerta de Las Granadas
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- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... of the Dry barren massive rock hills of the "Parque Natural". More Olives, more Oranges & we are now in a strange dry, barren landscape with high rocky casts, camyons - strange. Most people in this area live in caves. We stop in Calidax & visit one such family (for a small fee). The owner is the 6th generation of his family to live in the cave. It is 3 stories, with eleectricity, flued wooden fireplaces. Toilets & showers are outside (easier ...
The next place I stayed was Granada, where I met up with my grandparents again (rendezvoused). They had been on a river cruise in France with their friends since the last time I saw them in Ireland.
In Granada, we stayed at this 4 story house in one of the narrow pedestrian streets in a part of Granada called the Albayzin, where the Muslim population resettled after being defeated by the Catholics, when they took the Alhambra. Even though our house was 4 ...
... into its embrace. How far away Granada seems. Wow!
Wait a cotton picking minute Jenia! You never explained how we got here! Upon arriving in Granada our first day, the snow peaked mountains of the Sierra Nevada beckoned us. The allure of cool mountain air and breathtaking scenery proved impossible to resist. Even the 2 hour bus ride could not detract us from this day expedition. Sitting by the window, I marvelled at ...
... pieces (the big sheets of it without the cutouts) for only 1Euro. For the 1Euro, you get about 15-20 sheets of the bread. Our whole group didn't even finish it all. This is considered a sweet to a lot of Spaniards. It wasn't so delicious, but it was a good snack for walking around so much.
Friday night didn't hold a lot for us because we were exhausted from not sleeping much the night before. Krysta and I sat in our bed and ate some snacks while I watched Biggest Loser and ...
The sites of Madrid are in the style of its two dominant royal families – the Austrian Hapsburgs who left pretty plazas, convents and churches; and the French Bourbons who constructed the huge Royal Palace, grand boulevards and commissioned countless works by Goya. Granada, in the south, has the Moors to thank for its distinct style.
It was occupied by the Moors in 771AD and is home to Spain's best preserved Arab quarter and the ...