Sercotel Gran Hotel Luna De Granada
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... them there and let them return to Africa. It's also where she granted permission to Christopher Columbus to explore the world.
As a side note, we went throught the Alhambra museum which contained a picture of St. Clare and one of St. Dolores, the two saintliest Arch girls!
It was a long day but very worth the time and the walking to see this magnificent palace. We were told its second only to the Eiffel Tower as a European attraction and we understand why.
... a walk around the city, primarily to get me some underwear since 95% of mine were in a lost bag and I was quickly approaching the last clean pair from my carryon. The feel of Madrid was so much more calm and inviting to me this time around and I felt right at home as I walked the streets and remembered different spots, like the delicious churro con chocolate place. We even had a running joke by the time I left on how I would start most of my sentences with, "Before I was in ...
... buffet and just not quite able to access it. Years of repatterning
have helped me to travel different pathways in my brain when I am under stress,
and now instead of “survival mode”, I am going into a more functional “basic
I am staying in a hostel-like arrangement (NOT “hostile” as it
sounds over the phone!) which has worked out fine because all guests are quiet
Upon arriving in Granada we had to drive into the centre to collect our pre-booked Granada card from the tourist office. This was the only way we could guarantee tickets to the Alhambra as the normal allocation was already sold out when we started looking a few days before, and we didn’t want to risk not getting them on the day (plus the need to queue at 7am to do this!). We later found out that we had been very naughty driving into town to pick up ...
... Vicente is a member of the training team for the national dressage horse, Fuego, and no longer trains in Cordoba.
I was a little embarrassed that he had Cole and me as his students (Sahra went on a trail ride while we were getting our lesson, then got a lesson with Vicente after us) but he was very gracious and patient. He taught us some dressage moves, and Cole and I put on a very small dressage show for Sahra and another instructor!