Hospes Palacio de los Patos
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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. …
... and it's every bit as outrageous and mind-bending as you expect it to be - but (for me, anyway) the inside is even better. It literally took my breath away and brought tears to my eyes. Good tears. In contrast to the gloom of its predecessors, the SF is all space and light and air, evoking the feeling (as Gaudí intended) of being in a forest, with its gracefully branching columns and carefully designed patches of sunlight streaming in through the windows, some of them ...
... that we opted not to pay to enter. We returned to the Albayzin for a couple of bocadillos (cheap sandwiches), then went back to our room for our own mid-afternoon siesta time before making our way to the Alhambra.
At last, the Alhambra! Since our tickets to the Nasrid Palaces were the last time slot of the day, we had to make sure to see the rest of the gigantic complex before then. After climbing a very steep, long hill and ...
... looks like a house. It's quite an interesting concept. In the top part of the cave they might put cement to protect for water and humidity. This area is where you will find the real gypsies. As well as the pure flaminco dancing. We walked through the narrow streets and saw some of the hand work and typical decorated houses. We also saw the alambra from far. I could not even have imagined how big this is. It really was a strong hold with a ...
... started at 8:30 and we had got there around 7:30. The weather had been pretty chilly so we were SOO ready for a warm bath. The floors were heated and the dimly lit light and the themed architecture were beautiful. There were only three baths though and one stream room. There was a massage option but it was too expensive so we didn’t take it. We relaxed thoroughly and had a nice chat. It was so funny because when we walked out of the bath we were ...