Reino de Granada Hotel
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... nice looking resort.
For my birthday we booked into a five star hotel & spa just outside of town. What a treat, David spoke with them and we turned up at midday on the 19th Feb to find we had a free upgrade to a Junior suite with a big balcony, overlooking the sea, swimming pools and well tended gardens. It was the grandest and biggest room we have ever stayed in, and the intense sun and sheltered balcony made it possible to sunbathe!!
... trips through places not normally on the tourist schedule.
We were underway. I'm not sure if it was simply that I'd read that these areas were amoung the last relinquished by the Moors when they surrendered to the Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella back in 1492 and that there'd been a remaining Morisco presence in the years following, but the small towns and cities we passed seemed to have a change in look and feel to the places we've generally seen on this trip. ...
... take it to go and hike up another hill to the Alhambra. The hill is decent but not too bad considering our hotel lady told us we did not want to walk up that hill and to take a bus. We get to the top and even though we bought tickets already we have to stand in line to pick them up. The line only has 6-7 groups ahead of us but it is moving incredibly slow. Or clock is ticking! We get our tickets with 6 minutes to spare but have to get to the ...
... was room, so why not.
It has all the features of Islamic architecture, painted tiles, the use of blue, red and yellow, columns, arabesques, white marble, alabaster, colonnades, running water, fountains and reflective pools. Everything opens out onto patios or courtyards.
You have seen pictures of it at sometime but they can't do it justice.
Mark has wanted to visit this place since he was a lad, so he is a ...
In the last few years, my endeavors toward graduate school, and more recently law school, have put me in a position to (often) feel overwhelmed and underprepared. I have always tried to face any problems head on rather than retreat from them. Studying abroad in a foreign country where virtually no one speaks my language is just one example of that situation.
While I am abroad, I am simultaneously taking online classes in America through Texas State. So far, I have done ...