Hospes Palacio de los Patos
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Our next stop on the journey was in Granada to see the Alhambra. Even though we had been there 20 years ago.....and we had reviewed the pictures before this trip.....it was all new to us again. There was a great deal of similarity to the Alcazar in Seville, another thing I don't remember from before. However, it was also great. …
We left for Granada at 8 am in the morning from our meeting point, meaning I got up at 6:40 am (very sad). However, it was a 6 hour bus ride there so I got to nap, which made up for it. We drove through Spain, which was very beautiful itself. We arrived in Granada at around 2:30 and checked into the hotel. We then had some free time so we went around went tapa hopping. The one thing you need to know about Granada ...
... and left. I was afraid and Johan finally took his luggage to block entry to the room, similar to what you see in the movies done with chairs. This morning after speaking to the front desk we figured that the person coming in might had miss judged which room he was in, and that our room might not have been locked. The front desk checked the key entry for the room next door and it was around the same time. So not a great night of sleep in the expensive hotel. Up - Finally ...
... connect. When I searched for other bluetooth devices, I found other smartphones (eg. Kevin's phone).
The Spanish have organised the site very well. Our reservation gave us a 3 hour window (1100-1400) to visit the Nazaries Palace - the most popular part but the rest of the grounds could be seen with the day pass without time restrictions. Please take time to see some of the photos. The garden ...
Today was a day to explore some of the layers of Granada, of which there seem to be many. It is easy to be swept away into the past here, as it feels as if the Alhambra is always watching, perched on the Red Hill. You can turn down any narrow cobblestone alley, lined with stores and restaurants, white-washed buildings with balconies filled with cacti in blue and white clay pots, only to turn down another alley. And you are either ...