Vincci Granada Hotel
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Leaving Valencia at 8.00am we travelled south to Alicante on the coast of Spain where we had a rest stop. That is where the the worlds largest and most vibrant resort in Europe is located, Benidorm. It used to be a small village but has been transformed into a tourist mecca. Now it's known for its hotels, skyscrapers and thousands of tourists ( …
We had a late start this morning. On the bus by 9.30. We departed the Costa Del Sol through green hills to the white-washed village of Mijas. We strolled through the old streets and gardens to take in the views of the coast. We found a little place selling ceramics and then another little place to have churro which is dipped in a cup of thick …
It was in Nice where I broke my iPad. I was about to make a Skype call to a friend and I placed it on the bench where I quickly spun around and knocked it off onto the floor, falling about a metre onto the tiled floor. I picked it up in shock of what had just occurred, and found that the screen was completely smashed and there were little pieces of glass all over my fingers. I stood there with my hand over my mouth in shock, and only one other person saw it, and she simply just ...
... it on my third day in Barcelona, with a lot of anticipation and a wee bit of trepidation. There's always the fear that an iconic building or piece of art (or whatever) will fail to live up to expectations and turn out to be something of a disappointment. Let me just say: the Sagrada Familia does not disappoint. Seeing what Rick Steves calls its "cake-in-the-rain fašade" from the outside for the first time is gasp-worthy enough - there's nothing quite like it in ...
... to the Generalife Gardens. (which were my favorite). Here's some info:
At a short distance to the east of the Alhambra, the enchantment is extended to the gardens of the Generalife, rural residence of the Emirs. The relationship between the architectural and the natural has been reversed here, where gardens and water predominate over the pavilions, summerhouses and living quarters. The massive boxwood trees, rose, carnation and gillyflower bushes, shrubs ...