La Tala Complejo
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Microwave in room
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
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... I am hoping our pictures can capture a glimpse of what these experiences have been like for us. We really enjoyed learning about Gaudi, his love for nature and the unique way he incorporated this love into his architecture. I can understand why Gaudi has been named, "God's architect" his design of Sagrada Familia is something out of this world. As Antoni Gaudi said, "A church is the only thing worthy of ...
... has a reputation for unsurpassed plasticity and strength reaching back to Roman times. The crusaders sought Toledo steel. Good enough for me and my kitchen, I thought. And my good mate Barry brought back a beautiful knife from here, so I thought I'd better find a bigger one (with a drink holder). I looked for advice about carrying knives on trains, planes, but there was nothing said, no warnings. I sourced an artisan sword maker called Mariano Zamorano and we visited ...
Next stop Granada, to see my dear friend Maria, who now teaches in Dubai, but is home for the summer. The most gorgeous parts of granada were built by the Moors/Arabs who lived here prior to the Spanish king Ferdinand & queen Isabella's conquest in 1492. The old Arabic quarter is located on a hilltop called el albaicin. The streets are narrow twists and turns with plazas, fountains, old water cisterns, and carefully carved window sills. Further up the ...
Portugal has come and gone but not forgotten. Porto was first (another of Jacqui's excellent recommendations) but it rained. Yes I know how could it but it had to happen. At first we did the standard thing and got lost and wet but a good meal helped as did a good nights sleep. The next day because of the rain, we resorted to a hop on, hop off bus which proved to be our life saver. As it started to fine up and we relaxed a little, we got a feel for the place and managed to procure the ...
- successfully getting out of Barcelona without another window broken or tyre slashed
- walking the streets Alicante after leaving Barcelona
- Tour with a crazy Man City fan living in Granada to a lake
- jumping off a cliff face at about 16m high into the lake
- walking through the palaces of La Alhambra
We have been around a bit over the last few days. After leaving Barcelona on the 26th we drove 4/5 hours down the coast to a ...