M.A. Nazaries Business and Spa
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This place has another location right down the street. As we were walking out of the area, this man who is my height insisted that we needed to eat there. He would hear nothing about that fact that we already had. He was a nice ...
... to do this early in the planning of this trip but to no avail. Then I found out that the website to purchase them from didn't accept Australian credit cards!! So we had to purchase a guided tour to visit on the date we required as all the general tickets had sold out by this time. Best decision though. Only 13 in the group and a Spanish English speaking guide who we could understand. So arriving at 8.30 am we spent the next 3 hours amazed ...
... were carved throughout the whole building. It was truly spectacular. I have lots of pictures but they do not do the place justice. We spent three hours touring this place. After the Alhambra, we got some lunch. My friend Page and I went to see the Granada Cathedral. It was very beautiful, much more simplistic than the Toledo church. Two for the Catholic Kings are buried there (however, we didn't go and see ...
Today, we all set out early for a full day of exploring the caves of Nerja (Cueva de Nerja) and the palaces of Alhambra in Granada. East of our apartment in Mijas Pueblo, the caves have been forming for millions of years, and for thousands of years they have been used by people as shelters for their animals, homes for themselves, and as emergency medical hospitals in wartime. Even herds of zebra have used the caves ...
... important buildings including the oldest hammam (bath) in Spain. After the walking tour we also explored the narrow quiet streets and hills on our own and discovered some amazing lookout places to see the Alhambra from. We also saw lots of Pomegranate trees, the pomegranate being the symbol of the Granada.
The place we stayed in Granada was beautiful, just on the riverfront near the Plaza Nueva and heaps of good bars. The building itself was te Mudejar (or muslim) ...