Hotel Rural Zerbinetta
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Sadly, the Alhambra was captured by the Catholic reconquista on 1492, last European Moorish strong hold. The catholic monarchs added more Christian buildings to the complexes without destroying the original Moorish palace. The restoration began in 1923 and it was declared UNESCO World heritage site on 1984.
The Nasrid Palace is absolutely beautiful covered in richly decorated Islamic stuccos, structures with chants of great Allah inscribed in. The ...
... train, really 300 km/h!) to Madrid Atocha, with a bus-connection to the Airport.
The I'll fly in the evening with Boliviana de Aviacion to Santa Cruz Viru Viru (I love those double Inca-inspired names!) and the next day to my first destination SUCRE, where I will join the Condor Trekkers and try to acclimatize on 2500m altitude and with only vegetarian food…
... 7 people. We start off in Plaza Nueva where George, an Englishman living in Granada for the last five years greets us while a smile, skip and a hop. He is overly energetic.
He kicks us off my telling us the ancient history of Granada – a Muslim dynasty in the 11th Century which continued to be so up until 1492 when Bobadil surrendered to the Catholic Monarchs, Queen Isabella (the most, and the only important female in Spanish history) and Ferdinand II. ...
... 8217;t going to find some perfectly quiet little surf villages in the south of Spain or Portugal but that instead I was going to find concrete slab resorts that catered to prepackaged tours and that everywhere I went was going to be not only fully booked but rammed with tourists at this time of year. I would also find, as I had already found, that anything away from the beaches was going to be, for the most part, abandoned. I immediately called my sister who ...
... justice between the rich and poor. In America, we just think about Cuba and the USSR.
9. The weather. I don't want to go back to the humidity of Iowa! It is hot here--averaging 90 degrees--but it is also dry and windy so the shade is perfectly comfortable. Here, when we reach 40% humidity the people claim they are drowning. I laugh and say it's between 80-90% humidity during this time of the year in Iowa.
10. The language. Learning Spanish ...