M.A. Nazaries Business and Spa
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... the most garish of Russian churches wasn't a patch on this), we strolled around this quite lovely city to arrive at the jewel of Andalucia, The Alhambra! A beautiful example of Islamic architecture and design that made me wonder how a culture that could produce such beauty could also produce such a cult of death as we see today in the Middle East. ...
... dancing the way she was. Next up was a skinny long haired man who was so passionate about Flamenco you could see it in his facial expressions as he danced. It looked like he was pushing out a **** but not a painful one; you know those really enjoyable long winding ones. Last but not least was the elderly woman who looked like she was only days away from the coffin. She wasn’t so much a dancer as a clickity clacker. She moved quite well especially for her age especially in a ...
... him and thought that he fought a noble battle. Normally a palace like this would have been torn down by the victor and a new structure erected but Charles liked the palace and ended up using it as his new home.
Upon entering you can tell that a lot of work went into decorating this palace. Intricate designs are carved into the stucco, which covers the walls in several of the rooms. In several places, 9,000 to ...
... the historical Moorish neighbourhood that sits on the hillside facing the Alhambra. After our amazing experience at the pena in Jerez, Irfhan was hoping to find something similar in Granada. The owner of the apartment we were renting contacted some friends of hers, who were flamenco aficionados, and they invited us to go with them to see a flamenco show in the oldest flamenco pena in Spain.
We walked from our apartment through ...
... it would have been the funniest thing they had seen all day! Every country was represented, a cacophony of chatter was around you. Granada is peaceful, it is is spiritual, it is sensual. You have mountains, water, gardens, music, guitar makers are everywhere, you can hear music... There is an old saying and keeping with the theme of Mike and Debbie's visit "give him a coin, woman, for there is nothing worse in this life than to be blind in Granada" we all saw well, even Mike! Take care ...