Intercontinental La Torre Golf Resort Murcia
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... on their backs. What a wonderful institution is the Catholic Church. How much it has contributed to human misery. Best in the Cathedral was the collection of El Greco's paintings, and two gems by Goya and Caravaggio. El Greco is so natural, fresh and spontaneous, and generous in his observations about people. And vivid in colour! We saw the 'Adoration of the Shepherds' in the Prado, and it moved me in the same way Van Gogh moves me, and I haven't quite worked out why. ...
... detail and craftsmanship in there was also tremendous, and the ceilings incredibly high. It was quite warm today - I think it reached 38 degrees Celsius, but it is a much drier heat which I find much easier to cope with. We then headed back to Casa 1800 for some afternoon tea and a bit of a siesta. Over afternoon tea we met a couple of lovely women - one ran a small boutique hotel in Montpellier and the other ran a pub in Dorset. They were only in Granada for a flying visit but were ...
... we went. Looking forward to my siesta we headed to the train station to book tickets to Ronda and then headed to a bar called d'platos for €2 beers with free tapas for un snack!! Amazing. When we were there we saw a seafood platter be served and immediately ordered one. It was only €10 for a huge plate of fried calamari, prawns and the most amazing fish!! We were ridiculously content with life and went home ...
... hostel bed, as she fell dreadfully ill and had more than enough cultures to deal with in her intestines without getting herself involved in Moorish spain.
My reason for dragging us here was the bizzare Mezquita, a giant 8th century Mosque which in the 13th Century had a cathedral build INSIDE of it for great comic effect. I litterally stood in the alcove pointing towards mecca, taking a photo of the crucifixion of Jesus. If there was a TV program entitled ...
... she's been doing this for so long. We think that the program requires her to only speak Spanish to us so that we learn. Not a bad idea, just frustrating sometimes. She does laundry once a week and makes three meals a day for us. She reminds me a lot of a grandmother figure, she's kind but a bit nit-picky.
Yesterday, she came in and told us that we had put too much laundry in the bin and that she had done three loads since we got here. First, allow me to ...