Hotel Los Jeronimos
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... was much larger than the one in Granada and we were able to get some good shots of the various participants in their different outfits.
It had been suggested to us that we take a day out from sightseeing in Malaga to visit the local beaches particularly the Playa de Pedregalejo and Playa del Palo with their famed seafood restaurants. The day turned into a pleasant surprise as there appeared to be very few non-Spanish tourists and it was interesting to ...
... are we really out of touch! After a lap of the car park we were ready for the roads of Spain... With the assistance of the GPS we were soon on the motorway and it wasn’t long before the city limits were but a memory.
As we continued south the beauty of the scenery intensified and it had us both commenting on how pleased we were that we had decided to drive out into the country and explore. Even the highway was pretty with a strip of colourful ...
- Guided Tour Alhambra
- Walk through Albayzin
- Mirador de San Nicolas
Food & Booze
- Lunch @ Restaurante Arrayanes (traditional north African cuisine--we ate like kings!)
- Dinner @ the hotel
1. There's only one highlight from this day because there was only one site we visited--La ...
Arrived at the Alhambra hotel in Granada to be greeted by the most astounding place. Perched on the side of the hill next to the Alhambra, the hotel was built in 1915 in a Moorish style. Picture the State Theatre on steroids and it will give you some idea. Stucco, plaster work, the widest hotel corridors west of the Pennines and a balcony overlooking the city. All astounding.
And tomorrow the real reason we are here.....the Alhambra.
... past two bus stops I said if its over here its going to be one of those. We found the right bus! 181 to Monachil. We get on and no one other than Kelly and I had anything less than 20€ on them so we all dug through our coins to get 1.45€ for the remaining three of us. Upon arrival to Monachil, we got off the bus and started our ascension into the mountains. We blindly walked through the town hoping for some indication where this ...