M.A. Nazaries Business and Spa
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... After a short walk we decided to drive on to find a restaurant in the mountains for tapas and a beer. I expect we will return to Almeria sometime to look at the sights in the centre of the city. The scenery along the coast was lovely but we passed an unfinished hotel on the cliff face with the cranes still in place, it's on the edge of an area of Natural Beauty and shouldn't have been even started, so the building has to stop. We drove higher in ...
Today we leave the hillside town of Toledo and head through the plains of southern Spain towards Granada. The plains look like 101 south of Salinas - except with a lot of olive trees. Spain has over 325,000,000 olive trees. They say it can get to 110 degrees here during the summer. Ouch! In the south, we visited the hills of La Mancha and visited the fabled windmills from Don Quixote. These 16th century windmills are situated high on a hill above the city near ...
... at a Moroccan place it was that fun game.. of when will they take our order? When will our food arrive? And then the most difficult to understand - when will the bill arrive? The afternoon brought with it a stroll around the shops and Moroccan markets. I go into the royal crypt to see Isabella and Ferdinand's coffins (previous monarchy of Spain). The eve brings more tapas, sangria and dancing at the ...
... a fairly large amount of people. Izzah tried booking for a smaller, more private tour but no places were left. I would suggest that if you're planning to visit the Alhambra, to book as early as possible (for the tickets, if for nothing else - though I do recommend getting a guided tour). Just showing up at the door to Alhambra may not guarantee you a ticket to get inside for the day.
Anyway, as I've mentioned before, Granada is ...
... definitely Islamic! Why? Because he wanted to put the stamp of Christian superiority onto the Muslim palace complex! He was the son of Joanna the Mad and Philip the Handsome.....maybe he took after his mother!
After five hours in the Alhambra (its a big place!), we wandered out through the gate and down into the old part of Granada. Even here, it felt "Moroccan" with a long narrow street winding up in front of us, full of ...