Reina Cristina Hotel
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... views. Afterwards we went down to walk by the river and looked at the Casa de las Chirimias this was a viewpoint tower, it was used for the council to watch celebrations that took part next to the river, the judge and constables would watch from the ground floor, the mayor and Knights would be on the 2nd floor, The musicians would be playing on the 3rd floor, there is also a very decorative fountain nearby with a bronze statue of ...
... br> Also, being in Spain is a great way to put my Spanish learning to the test, looks like those three years of learning at school really did pay off! I still want to leave some space for mum or dad to write their part but I'm sure you will hear from me later being the chatterbox I am! As Uncle Des would say, do what the Spanish do!! :)
Hope everyone is well and safe xx
Lots of love and miss you all
... friends from the UK.
As we walked down to the tarmac we were most surprised at just how small the plane was that lay in wait to fly us from Marrakech to Madrid. Upon boarding at row 23 we were the second last row however as more and more passengers headed to the rear of the plane, we found with amusement that they had been allocated seats in the non-existent rows of 26 and 27. Being fellow Aussie's they just laughed it off and once everyone had boarded ...
... more. We started the day from Malaga at 7, and were taken on a small walking tour through the Old Town part of Granada to the St Nicholas viewpoint (which overlooks the Alhambra as well as the rest of Granada). After that, the bus took us through a short tour of the city of Granada. Throughout the trip (and even during our journey from Malaga to Granada, our tour guide was telling us little nuggets of information, anything interesting, about ...
... kitchen. It was a bit messy, with food crumbs everywhere and splatter stains all over the walls. We just rewashed everything before we used it. It was ok, we weren't too bothered. Although after our nice meal, Paul continued to tell me how badly designed the kitchen was and he would never have a kitchen like it in his house. 'Even though the whole thing was stainless?' I asked him. 'Nope!' He replied. Apparently there were too many gaps which made ...