Reina Cristina Hotel
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... life in Madrid and Seville. We found most people friendly and helpful especially the young student type people who are multi lingual. Our best train ride was from Barcelona to Madrid. Sites and things we found most interesting:
Gaudi's house Casa Balto - Barcelona
Sagrada Familia - Barcelona
Tibadado - Barcelona
Plaza Central - Madrid
Metropol Parasol (The Mushroom) - ...
... bus to get downtown then changed for trip up the hill. Arrived at the ticket office & exchanged our print out for actual tickets, phew first hurdle jumped. We were early so sat in a lovely cafe under the trees and had a drink. Walked down the hill aways through a magnificent wood and finally came into the area near the CharlesV palace which now houses the Museum de Belles Artes. Everything is accessed from this part of the Alhambra. ...
... by mountains and is well known for winter sports. Lovely mix of old world and new ( mostly old with it's origins in Moorish rule, architecture and culture but the churches heavily influenced by Spanish Catholicism). Temps lower than Seville ( higher altitude) but quite comfortable averaging 18-20 degrees. The big attraction here is La Alhambra which began as a huge fortress and subsequently fought over and ruled by various Islam and ...
9:30 came early, but I drug myself out of bed. If we don't make it to Alhambra by noon, they won't let us in. Out if the hotel by 10:30 we walked the route to the Alhambra. Should take 30 minutes but we need something to eat as well. We make a pit stop at a cafe and each get a patatas tortilla montadito (A small bocadilla), I get orange juice and Heather gets coffee. My orange juice is fresh squeezed and delicious. Needing to get to the castle on ...
... drunk with the teachers every Friday on tapas day, partied with Ciaran (a runaway Irish lawyer) and the rest of our housemates at a street party on Plaza Larga, visited the Alhambra, celebrated Susanne's 34th birthday with champagne, strawberries and Nutella on our balcony, went to Flamenco and helped cook Paella. We even managed to continue our tradition of protesting in Granada, taking part in a street orchestra concert to protest taxes on the Arts. ...