Tryp Granada Albayzin Hotel
Travel Blogs from Granada
... 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 ...
... on the bus during the first circuit without hopping off. Temptation led us then to the port tour and lunch after which we felt a lot better and Porto came alive to us. Because we spent 2 nights in Porto instead of 1, we decided to skip Lisbon and cut our losses and get closer to Spain where we were meeting Josh and Tash. After our normal dramas of getting lost and getting stuck on these oh so narrow streets, we hoped for a normal existence but no. The 2 little towns we chose to stay ...
... sweet and helpful the entire time I've been here. When my stomach hurt because I ate a hamburger that wasn't beef, she made me chamomile tea. When I needed a full cup of coffee in the morning rather than a spoonful of coffee in a cup of milk and chocolate powder, she obliged (Ana, can I have coffee instead tomorrow? I gave you coffee. Uh, that's not going to work for me). She also manages to cohabitate with Chispe, who is basically a mean dog of a cat. ...
... hours to Granada.
We haven't had this much free time since we began the
trip, so basically, we hardly knew what to do with ourselves when we got in at 6pm, and had the entire rest of the night free! So, we relaxed with our iPads and email for a couple of hours in our
room, then began thinking about a good place for dinner.
Kris had the bright idea of using her Google maps to ...
... of cave homes, inhabited by gypsies or Roma people. While in Granada we visited the Museo de Las Cuevas which shows examples of what the caves look like inside and their history.
History is not to be lacking in Granada. The city pulses with memories of times of Arab rule, when the streets of the Albaicyn bustled with merchants and all the teterias were full. When the muezzin called the people to prayer from the ...
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