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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 …
... connect. When I searched for other bluetooth devices, I found other smartphones (eg. Kevin's phone).
The Spanish have organised the site very well. Our reservation gave us a 3 hour window (1100-1400) to visit the Nazaries Palace - the most popular part but the rest of the grounds could be seen with the day pass without time restrictions. Please take time to see some of the photos. The garden ...
... and decided to wander the gardens of La Alhambra until our palace entrance time. We became very, very well-acquainted with the gardens, and I probably took a picture of every flower in the vicinity. We played hide-and-seek in the hedges, took a nap(ish) at the theater, and walked every inch of wherever we could explore.
By the time 1:30 rolled around, I was slightly delirious but ready to enjoy the castle. The guides said that it would take us ...
... straight down to Plaza Nueva. Knowing that tomorrow being Sunday, that the Cathedral will be closed we head down see it but it’s closed for a few hours for a wedding. Ok, twist my arm and make me have lunch and more Sangria while we wait. One of ...
I have read many different articles about Alhambra and I could not wait to see it. I was out of bed, showered and shaved and walking quickly to the ticket office of Alhambra by 7:45. When I got there, about 100 others had the same idea! I stood in line waiting for the wicket to open and when it did we were helped very quickly. We wanted to see the Alhambra early before the heat of day makes it uncomfortable.
Because of the volume of visitors, the palace visits ...
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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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