Hospes Palacio de los Patos
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Travel Blogs from Granada
... Its in a narrow street. There is a plaque above the door which identifies it as John's first hospital. We then walked onto Horno Marina, just around the corner from Calle Lucena, where it has been said, that John was looking for assistance from an wealthy local to help him bury a man who had died. He was seeking money for a shroud and so that mass could be said for him. The wealthy man waved John away. later that day, ...
... a short tour along the way.
Our first stop after leaving Toledo was the Windmills of La Mancha. These are of course famous from the novel Don Quixote de La Mancha, which was written by Miguel de Cervantes. Our driver expertly guided the large Bus through the very narrow streets and tight corners and up a narrow mountain road. The small parking lot was almost full, with two other large Buses parked there. We were given about half an hour to ...
Sitting cross legged on our hostel floor in Malaga, maps and guidebooks fanned out around us, Claudia and I deliberated what our between stop to Portugal should be. "Granada or Seville?" "Uhh... Flip a coin?" Brief hunt for coin. The coin is tossed - and lands on the other side of the room. Mad scramble. Claudia brandishes the coin triumphantly. Granada it is then... Granada is divided into two parts: the flat city center with wide streets ...
... there we collected our tickets and audioguides and went into the generalife section. There was an lot of beautiful things to look at. Apparently it was built in 1931,we got to a section where we could only enter once. To make sure you only enter once they scan your ticket. After that we went over to a section where there was a cafe and some cannons. We waited a few minutes for 4:00 where we went into a section where only people had specially marked tickets. This was the palace that was ...
... some stops and we got a closer look. We even went to church service at the Westminster Abbey (the church where William and Kate got married) so that was awesome to see the inside and experience that!
Today has been SUCH a long day! We were up at 2:30am to make our flight to Malaga and then a 2 hour bus ride into Granada. Well worth it because the views were incredible! I don't think I've ever seen a landscape like this one and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet