Sercotel Gran Hotel Luna De Granada
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... refresh before our welcome drinks at the hotel at 7.30 before group dinner. We had dinner in the hotel dining room. We were served our entree which was a meat cannelloni - this was vey delicious. Before main course was served we were serenaded by a traditional Spanish trio. ; Main was salmon, served with grilled zucchini, potato and pumpkin. Some sort of sauce but not sure ...
... cost 5 Euro.
We stopped at Loja for a coffee which was well priced only cost 4.80 Euro for the 4 coffees, and the best coffee we have had since being away, along with a lovely view. We stopped for a great photo of a church/monestry.
Arrived in Granada and checked into our hotel. "Hotel Basilios which is an ancient Monastery built in 1616. The rooms were modern though, but the hallways ...
... between two dorm rooms which I thought was going to make reserving a spot tough, but I only had to wait in line once. Interestingly there is a buday next to the toilet. I was tempted to use it after I did my business but how do you dry yourself afterwards? Do you just use toilet paper? Is there a special baday towel? Do I just air dry? So many questions.
I hiked up to the Mirador de San Nicolás to get a look at ...
... city. The highlight of the city, the mosque cathedral, epitomizes Christian and Moorish architecture, with parts dating from the 400s to the late 18th century. With 856 columns of various materials, the mosque cathedral leaves the viewer enamored and enchanted. Architects from the various centuries recycled the columns used in the Cordoba Cathedral from Roman and Visigoth buildings. Each ...
... carvings and tile work- just when you thought you'd seem the best room yet, you walked through a door and into another room which seemed even more intricate and beautiful. These rooms were interspaced by amazing courtyards with pools, fountains and gardens. It was amazing. After 1.5hrs looking at the palace alone I understood why the Alhambra was a wonder of the world, and I'm so glad we spent the money and actually went. (We were in two minds whether to go or not because it was so ...