Las Terrazas de la Alpujarra
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... for tomorrow are high.
Our hotel is fine. When we made the booking in NZ we requested a “room with a view” as some people on Trip Advisor had mentioned what they had as views and they were not flash. When we booked in the desk clerk mentioned that we had a good view – must have been the comment lodged against our booking – good. And our ...
... even see the stars at night! The streets were alive at all times, and unique is the only way to describe it. Everywhere you turned there were artists and street performers, people playing the accordion and singing and dancing, people selling tea, gypsies begging for money, and things you can only see in Granada. The city had life, but it also had personality. I haven’t traveled much yet, but I have a feeling that Granada will definitely remain one of my favorites. ...
... part of which being that her birthday was in fact at the beginning of September. After initially not wanting to meet due to tiredness, she made it 45 minutes late to find many of her friends waiting for her. Meeting many of her friends as well as foreign exchange students in the club, I stayed for many hours partying, until it again reached 4am, when I made the journey back to the hotel for the last time, where our coach was ...
7.00am? Seriously? Yes, Liz is intent on making it to the Alhambra on time. Within it's walls are the Nasrid Palaces and entry is restricted to half hour time slots. We had to choose one back in February when we ordered the tickets and 11.00am was the logical one at the time. Now we know that we have to start queueing fifteen minutes beforehand. So we have to be inside the Alhambra complex well before ...
... red graffiti. A PhD doctor wrote his initials with a mixture of his blood and chemicals on the side of the cathedral. It has been there for over a hundred years. We saved the Cathedral for last and instead went inside La Capilla de Los Reyes Catolicos. The bodies of los Reyes Catolicos are kept here. Los Reyes Catolicos were King Fernando and Queen Isabel. They were extremely important in uniting all of Spain. They also expelled all of the Muslims who would not ...