Huerta del Laurel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we came to our hotel & after checking in we went for lunch at the very Spanish time of 3.30. We then walked around to look at the cathedral as you do in each town you go to. On the way we caught up with one of the Brisbane couples John & Linda so we walked together. We of course went the long way around the cathedral & I noticed vaguely a young woman reading a map looking for the entrance too. We walked around the side of the cathedral ...
... for the speed racer cyclists coming our way. When it was possible we got back on the freeway for the remaining ride to Granada. Once in town we again were swallowed up by the traffic and Garmin again showed her uselessness in a big city. Looking for our Airbnb in the Albayzin area she kept directing us in circles only leading us down long narrow streets and in long lines of cars and scooters. After about an hour of this in 80+ degrees ...
... Its in a narrow street. There is a plaque above the door which identifies it as John's first hospital. We then walked onto Horno Marina, just around the corner from Calle Lucena, where it has been said, that John was looking for assistance from an wealthy local to help him bury a man who had died. He was seeking money for a shroud and so that mass could be said for him. The wealthy man waved John away. later that day, ...
... 1. Open your mind. Realize that the customs and the ways of thinking differ dramatically from where you are from. In Spain, they eat hot food when it's blazing hot outside because they believe it's good for you. They also don't use air conditioning. At all. As an American, you will not get used to this but you can't argue with them about it.
2. Be willing to change. Understand that by traveling elsewhere, you are subjecting yourself to something new. If you made the ...
... and since we're getting a little sick of the clubs and discotecas in Granada, were starting to try new bars. We went to one called Wall Street. It's really cool because there's screens all over with their different drinks on it. Every 5 minutes, the prices change and either increase or decrease. It's like the stock market. The place was packed so every time the prices changed, people would start yelling and waving their hands trying to get the low price before they ...