La Hospederia del Zenete
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... coffee. When we left there were two brand new Ferraris in the car park.....maybe we should go back and see if Jeremy Clarkson is having a coffee. Eventually the sign Dame 'Awkes has been waiting for "You are entering Hawkes Bay wine region" her eyes really light up. Home at last. Actually the sign was a bit premature, it was quite a while before we saw some vines and when we did, they went on and on into the distance. Then we entered Napier, after a major earthquake in 1931 ...
... br> with the water,
in the middle,
has nice lattice,
And the Moorish walls are very visual...
And her Master,
In their palace,
Of Moorish plaster,
in the country,
Until the fall of Muslim, for them a disaster...
Christians came then,
Made some changes,
Charles the fifth,
... as the backs of both mirrors just scraped the walls. Equally.
Over the last couple of months, Paul had demonstrated his incredible skill in manouvering through narrow spaces and tight corners. As there was obviously no way forward, Paul then reversed the car out without further damage - no mean feat.
It is indeed unfortunate that the photo taken just before the incident was one of those lost.
Drove north from Guadix to view more ...
... the rest of the tourists and had a hard time placing this Palace with others I've seen. You really can't do it as its Arabic nature makes it both understated and opulent at the same time. The water fountain system is amazing. After the Palace I went to my Hotel which is a modern version of the Palace itself for some ice cold beer on the terrace. Soo nice to be alive looking out over the city and having mist sprayed on you through the canapé. I asked at the desk , they ...
... succumb to the growing powers of the Christian world. Its walls, however, continue to tell the tale of a people enamored with geometric patterns and with a symmetry not found in nature, but surpassing it. Forbidden to portray animals or humans, Muslim architechts and sculptors were forced to use other means to express beauty, and express it they did! Their religion inspired domed shape celings each consisting of hundreds of inner domes spiraling towards the ...