Hotel Macia Real de la Alhambra
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... and they are not a print on squares but cut to shape,fired in a myriad of colours and fitted together to create amazing patterns. I remember that we had colouring books as children called Atar that were pages of these patterns we coloured in, much to my surprise they still sell them!
The Alhambra sits atop the city, and is surrounded by the old parts- the Jewish, Gypsy & Arabian quarters. All looking straight out of the bible, there are cave houses ...
... a 10.30. We weren't sure as we waiting with the milling masses just how this visit would work in the company of so many. But the crowd seems to work its way out and apart from the initial milling in some of the early rooms, it was fine.
The Palaces site is simply breathtaking as we passed through a series of incredibly intricately finished large rooms and passageways of the four connected Palaces. The Moors had oodles of class and while there was ...
... cities and definitely turned on the heat.
The city of musicians, culture, artists, sun, mountains and a seriously cool vibe quickly became our favourite. Introducing Granada. A charming little city with orange trees lining the streets and beautiful fountain filled plazas on almost every corner (a navigators nightmare. I speak from experience). The admittedly ...
... than in current day Morocco. Either way lunch was good and it was time to head back up the hill, but not before stopping for some ice cream, as this was becoming common place for me wherever I saw it. As we headed back up, we stopped along the way and bought our souvenirs. We even stopped by the gentleman who was writing Arabic in calligraphy. We stopped because I wanted a couple of things and he was very friendly. He continued to speak ...
Dad's 85th birthday today and Joy and Leigh's 33rd anniversary. Where has the time gone? On the road by 9.00am, 3 hr trip to Granada. Stopped on the way for a "2nd breakfast" at a road side cafe which sold 200€ caviar. Needless to say we didn't buy any. On the way there Gayle was telling us that the staff at the hotel we were staying in a Ronda haven't been paid for 8 months. Rather ...