Hotel Triunfo Granada Sur
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... of the rooms in this church had marble as the base for the statues and the bottom halves of the walls. The marble was mainly brown but had deep burgundy, blue-black and white colour throughout, this was how it was found and the architect that built this church wanted to leave the marble how it was. Whilst King Ferdinand was in power he was accepting of Muslim and Jewish religion but he told his people that if they wanted to stay in Spain they MUST ...
... making Popsicles. Oh... I almost forgot, after the afternoon camp where we went snorkeling at a waterfall with a motor boat where there were GIGANTIC waves, which was a little scary I have to admit... But fun anyway. I hope I didn't forget anything, but talk to you soon! Love from Spain, and 2 kisses from Europe! ...
... seven year old boy) who were interested in a Segway tour, so I told them all about it. They were going to Cordoba tomorrow, but will be back tomorrow night so may be able to take a tour at some point.
After that it was back to the hotel. Tomorrow should be an interesting day.
2013 June 26 - Wednesday
I woke up early today and had breakfast fairly quickly, as I didn’t want to be late for my Segway tour. I walked to Plaza Nueva ...
... rest of time investigating the little olde-worldy streets with their fascinating bazaar-style shops. There were Moorish decorations and influences in the architecture all around. At one of the little shops, Rob bought himself a thick knitted jacket and I got a marquetry box and, for the girls, some woolly hats - with the icy winds they're having back home at the moment they could do with them right now! ...
... side of the mountain – it looked like hot and slow work. The views
were amazing though. We also walked past a random rave party in the woods –
this is a party that would not have been easy to find!
Next was the flamenco which actually turned out to be
Argentinian tango. It was pretty good and was also in a cave, at least it was
nice and cool inside! It was interesting to note that on ...