Hotel Reina Mora
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... the decorative panels, the layout and the stunning views, truly magnificent. It's no wonder that there were so many people visiting from all corners of the earth. In the evening we were treated to a flamenco show of outstanding quality with teachers and students from one of the best flamenco schools in Spain. Mesmerising! and a fitting end to a glorious ...
... it was utterly amazing. The gardens surrounding the keep themselves are impressive and have so many different varieties of plant life and Pomegranate trees (which are their fruit of the city). Seriously look it up its insane. It has so much history and so many little nooks and crannies like a room where the people would bathe and the acoustics could transfer little whispers across the domed roof to the other. The secrets room or something they called it. The weather could not have ...
... Or do we just like it?
I had heard of Alhambra and looked it up on line. All the comments and reports told me it would be difficult to get in and I should have pre booked, as did a lovely French Canadian couple I met at breakfast. I decided to go anyway, even if just to take a look from the outside. When I got there (about 10am) I followed the crowds to the ticket office where there was a very small queue for tickets paying ...
Our next stop in Andalucia was Granada, home to the magnificent Alhambra. This 11th century Moorish palace and gardens dominates Granada, physically and perhaps spiritually as well, as we spoke to a number of people who were very proud of their Alhambra! It was spectacular for sure, and the gardens were equally spectacular in design and engineering. We also spent some time enjoying some of Granada's Christmas events. There was a Christmas market ...
... it would have been the funniest thing they had seen all day! Every country was represented, a cacophony of chatter was around you. Granada is peaceful, it is is spiritual, it is sensual. You have mountains, water, gardens, music, guitar makers are everywhere, you can hear music... There is an old saying and keeping with the theme of Mike and Debbie's visit "give him a coin, woman, for there is nothing worse in this life than to be blind in Granada" we all saw well, even Mike! Take care ...