Sercotel Gran Hotel Luna De Granada
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of holy men and women. And, well, frankly ... they're kind of gloomy! Not being a medieval historian, I don't really care about the background of the buildings: who constructed them or when or for what specific reason. Oh, right: they were built for the glory of God! But I can't help thinking how much better they could have glorified God by taking all the money and labour that went into building these grand monuments and using it to improve the daily lives of their ...
... work and cook dinner.
After dinner, we made our way down the street to a converted well that now houses nightly flamenco performances in an intimate underground grotto setting. We hadn't done a cultural show or dance performance since Sri Lanka, after having done several such things in Asia, so this was a treat to do. The room was tiny, and we had two of the four front-row seats. The stage, which was only big enough for one guitarist, ...
Today will be a busy day. I'm on the bus heading to Granada. We are going to the alambra there then to see what more we can. However we will be going back to cordoba later tonight. On the bus ride to Granada I was able to see the fields and hills of olive trees; the same as I saw around jaen.
Granada is a incredible city and one that I absolutely need to go back to see more of it. Unfortunately it rained for most of the day but we still did as ...
... on the outside and inside of the walls. The decoration consists, as a rule, of Arabic inscriptions that are manipulated into sacred geometrical patterns wrought into arabesques.
Since this was our first trip alone we didn’t have a tour guide. Izzy had done a lot of reading on the bus so she was totally prepared for all the bus trips and the locations of places. This trip seriously could not have worked without her and I felt truly grateful. We ...
... inspiring and is exactly why she has our support. We responded to emails and stuff, great to be in touch.
Later, just before the light faded, we walked back to another part of the Realejo for a circuit, cruising back thinking Sangria but the feeling past. Soup ingredients were gathered and we settled in for the evening. Jan being her investigative self going through the ins and outs of the transitions and resources available for the next tn days.
Today as ...