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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... They lead you in and then to the lockers where you get into your bathing suits. Off for a shower, and then some differently spiced hot tea, which was fantastic.
... history. I didn't realize this before but there was Islam rule in Spain for 700 years. They are some of the most prosperous years that the region of Al-Andalucia ever enjoyed. We have spent some time learning about Islam itself, as well as what the history of Islam in Spain is and what that means for Spain today. First we met with a local woman named Munira, who was from California before she came to Spain, married, and became a Muslim. She was a fascinating lady, very open ...
... took us 40 minutes to get back to the hotel and park, as the town has a nightmare one way system ......... We both kept calm despite the crazy drivers and I directed us back eventually and found the hotel car park in a different street. After unpacking we went off to explore for the afternoon and get our bearings, our first task was to find the Alhambra to collect our tickets for the next day to save us having to line up. David bought them online so he took his passport ...
... We still had some distance to travel when I ordered J to cancel the route and we made our precarious way out and down into the city central. But what next? The streets were buzzing with traffic and we were unable to find anywhere to park or to log into a free WiFi zone. Finally I spotted a pay phone and managed to find a parking spot at the train station and called Miguel.
He was all over things having sent an email explaining the parking impossibility but suggesting ...
... the Lions), Sala de los Abencerrajes (Hall of Abencerrages) and Casa Real (Moorish Palace). They are all impressive, but seem the same. We don’t get audio guides so we essentially look at empty rooms and blank walls. After a while, the novelty wears off and I wonder what the fuss is about. At least I don’t get why it is so highly regulated that you need time allocations to visit the palaces. I’m over the palaces so we move to Alcazaba, a high ...