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Today was a travelling day. After an early breakfast we headed to (holy) Toledo. The city was built about 200BC and has been occupied by Romans, Jews, Moorish and Christians. The Christians have been in control since 1492 when the Moorish were defeated and retreated back to Africa. We walked over a 1,300AD bridge - it still seems sturdy enough to …
I have not forgotten about you. I have not had time to update my blog so hopefully tonight I will. I am having a wonderful time actually incredible. The sites that I have seen are something else. The people in my group are great.
My luggage arrived 3 days later - so I was beyond thrilled. Doing laundry in my hotel room …
... at the bar then a dine around dinner. We danced when 3 guitar players came in to entertain us. 3/6/14 Madrid The last day drive Granada to MadridFor the first couple of hours we saw Mile after mile of olive groves. Beautiful mountain scenery. The next two hours of rolling hills and plains were predominantly grapes for wine production. Around 1pm we stop for lunch at a 1560ish restaurant (Vente En Quixote )in the area of laMancha with red check table cloth and ...
... much as. We love Spain, we just can't seem to love their cuisine. I know many people who do however! I do like the idea of tapas with a beer. This is really common in Granada... After a little while at the bar watching the pros, we walked down the hill and found a little walking track through the snow. We would have looked funny in our jeans and boots slipping around. We made it to a really nice viewing spot and shared a muffin each that we took from breakfast. We ...
... br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">We met at plaza Nuevo and set off on one of the most strenuous walking tours I've been on- some are pretty much sitting tours- but not this one, we were sweating and puffing before too long. Granada as a city is rather hilly and full of narrow streets with a trillion steps. These steps are of an uneven height which wears you out even faster. This has a defensive mechanism. All the roads are ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsM.A Alhamar Granada
This hotel has a good sized room and bathroom. Some of the bathroom package (comb, shower cap) were just empty boxes. I am looking forward to a good night's sleep.
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