Hotel Granada Center
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The drive to Granada from Seville is destined to be uneventful. It is a three hour drive and we have decided that there should be no detours. Whilst we are not particularly following our "Back Roads of Spain" book of driving itineraries, it has come in handy when our original planned route has crossed over into their highly regarded digressions …
... but I have never felt more like Carl Pilkington, literally walking through these beautiful grounds rolling our eyes, "oh look, another fountain, that's surprising!" haha Our ticket for the Nasrid Palace was at 11:30 and it is recommended you line up 10min before. Classic Claire as we were walking put her bag down and we don't know how but her go pro bounced right out and fell down a Ricky trench. At 11:15! With ...
... to another. He was carrying an expensive Nikon camera, so I’m assuming photography is a big part of his travels. While that sounds like an interesting and exotic lifestyle, I’m not sure it’s something I’d be suited to as I like to have some place to come home to and like to be reasonably close to my family.
At about 19:45, I joined the queue for entrance to the Palacio Nazaries. It wasn’t too long, but it ...
... on it.
Next was the Cathedral, it is attached to the Royal Chapel but has a separate entrance. WOW again. Enormous... gigantic...triumphant! You feel quite dwarfed inside. It began as a Gothic church, was built with Renaissance elements and then was finished off in Baroque style. This is what happens when things take so long to be completed, tastes change and having many different architects and of course, whatever the king ...
... but I was on time for the first food round. Here I also met a lot of new people. It was fun and tasty and when the tour was over we went to the games night. I stayed there for a while, played some twister and tablefootball and then decided to go home.
The last day of Introductionweek started with a test at the spanish language center and then with a meeting at my faculty. The vicerector welcomed us and explained about the procedures and also the head of international ...
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This large hotel is dated and it appears that the profits have been spent on its foyer/reception area rather than their rooms. It rates itself as 4 star but would really need to upgrade and refresh the accommodation to be such.
Internet Wi-Fi was very slow but managed to get an Ethernet cable (eventually) from reception to plug in directly.
Hotel parking could be a problem if you drive anything other than a compact vehicle.
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