Palacete de Cazulas

Otivar, Granada Province, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Villa
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A travel blog entry by burkeys

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... burial mounds dating from the 3rd millennium which are the largest such structures in Europe we were amazed how they were constructed using pulley’s, ropes and sheer man power and by how they are so well preserved today.

We bought tickets for the tour bus, a green and white train like effort, that toot tooted at everyone as we passed (we were expecting a coach) but never mind it saved us from climbing a very steep hill to see the Alcazaba the castle ...

Granada

A travel blog entry by vgfamily

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... challenging to work with but overall it was a good experience. We learned a lot. Meanwhile, Henri and Gerardo explored the newer parts of the city, streets filled with fashionable shops, cafes, and typical city life. Inspired by the flamenco class we went to two flamenco shows. One was a ballet that mixed traditional flamenco with modern styles of dance. The other was an intimate tableau at a restaurant with two dancers, a ...

The Alhambra in Granada

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop

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... room to room, we couldn’t take our eyes of the intricately complex plaster work, carved wood ceilings, ceramic tiles and aesthetically pleasing layout. Most of the palace walls have lost their paint, but in the odd spot or two, you could see some of red and blue paint. It was difficult to picture the entire palace painted in reds, blues, greens and golds (symbolizing blood, heaven, oasis and wealth respectively in the Qaran). Most of the decorative patterns ...

Granada, I'm falling under your spell

A travel blog entry by capt.pancake

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... good picture. We then went back down to the city for some lunch and a look around the shops before catching the bus back.

Wednesday and we are off the Alhambra. When you buy tickets for here you can book morning or afternoon with a half hour time slot to gain entry into the Nasrid Palaces. Having booked online we had to go to a bank of machines put our credit card in and this printed out the tickets.

We were allowed entry into the grounds at 13.45 so we went ...

Grathias, Andalucia (Part 2)

A travel blog entry by janaeinspain

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... with AIR CONDITIONING (and free wifi too!) gave us a view of the city- we could even see La Alhambra in the distance!

The first day we visited the Capilla Real, a cathedral built as the burial site for King Ferdinand and Queen Isabel. Some of their children were buried there as well. I wasn’t able to take photos there but it was a beautiful place with much history. We spent the night looking at tourist shops, ...

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