Hotel el Cresol de Calaceite
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Sadly, the Alhambra was captured by the Catholic reconquista on 1492, last European Moorish strong hold. The catholic monarchs added more Christian buildings to the complexes without destroying the original Moorish palace. The restoration began in 1923 and it was declared UNESCO World heritage site on 1984.
The Nasrid Palace is absolutely beautiful covered in richly decorated Islamic stuccos, structures with chants of great Allah inscribed in. The ...
It was another hot day in Granada! We decided to take it a bit more slowly today as my head cold is getting worse. After a sumptuous breakfast, which again included a lovely pot of tea, we headed off to find a pharmacy to get some cold and flu tablets. We then decided to do a bus tour around Granada, which took us around and through the different areas of the city - Albaicin, Centre, Realejo, Alhambra and Sacromonte. After completing the circuit we stayed on board and ...
... weekend in May, with a suggestion that perhaps we could spend a couple of days in the south of Spain in Granada. It seemed just as good as any other city in Spain to visit and I had only heard good things, so I booked the car and Kelly booked the apartment and with 6 months to go until they arrived I didn't think much more of it. The day they were supposed to arrive bad weather on the East Coast led to flight cancellations and delays, so instead of arriving on Wednesday morning they ...
... covered waffle. After a rest we ventured our again to a bascilica built in the early 1700s. Its point of diference being the elaborate gold decoration, some of the riches plundered from south america by the conquisadores. We had arrived a bit before the 4pm opening time so we went across the street and ordered churros. These are long skinny doughnuts - ours were still warm - which you then dunk in hot chocolate. Not drinking chocolate but full on ...
Leaving Teruel we drove to Monreal del Campo before we stopped to have breakfast. Double espresso, toasted bread with a smidgen of tomato paste and dried ham on top, before moving on to Daroca with it's impressive gate flanked by two towers. There was also a nice old fountain with several spouts beside the main gate. The town is surrounded by a 3,5 Km. long wall and has lots of towers, but from what we could see it's all pretty much washed out and we spent little time ...