Huerta de las Palomas
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Priego de Cordoba
... Sunday, but I have a hunch that Spain's economic downturn means that some of them won't be open tomorrow or the following days either.
It's not long before I'm diving under a tree for my first rest in the shade - then there's another, and another .... My supply of water reduces rapidly. By the time, the GPS is reading 2.2km, I'm in open country, but it's time to turn round and go back. Any longer in this heat is going to be distinctly ...
... arts museum, and the ancient castle. The castle, dated back to the 12rh century, was one of my favorite visits. You could tell it had not been restored, and the view from the top was phenomenal. From Priego I took a day trip to Granada, which was absolutely lovely. I had heard great things about Granada, but did not realize just how beautiful it would be. ...
... requirement for men to bare their heads in some places of worship!
The Torre de la Vela (Watchtower) in the Alcazaba (citadel) is a great spot to get sweeping 360 degree views of Granada and the surrounding snow-covered Sierra Nevada mountains. The viewing is made all the more pleasurable if one had visited the areas being looked at (Cathedral, Plaza Nuevo, Albayzin, Sacramonte). One can get an idea of the sheer size of the cathedral ...
... 8217;t ask for a more pleasant commute to work. It’s just a five-minute walk from our apartment in the center of town and the entire way there I am facing beautiful mountainous scenery. The commute home is another story – the steepest hill known to man. Okay, that was a bit of an exaggeration, but let’s just say my calves are going to be out of this world by the time the year’s over.
I arrived at school my first day, pressed ...
... 8th grade students during my first day of teaching. Right after the English teacher got everyone to settle down, the little booger yelled from the back row in his thick Spanish accent, "SHE. IS. BEOOTIFUL." I'm definitely giving him an A+ for class participation. Introducing myself to my classes was a royal treat. Each time I mentioned that I was from Chicago, there would be an echo of "ooh's" and "aah's" throughout the classroom.