- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... as I learned in Islamic culture you could not build "Godly structures", meaning you could only use materials deemed temporary. The walls are mainly made of plaster and ceramic, as well as the floors. The ceilings are either made of plaster or wood. Even though there is no stone (a permanent building material), every surface of the palace is beautifully carved and decorated. The architecture is brilliant, as we were under the scorching sun all ...
The sun is back shining brightly on everyone walking the promenade. The fishermen are out fishing, the men are back playing Spanish bocce ball, the sunbathers are out again, the kids are shooting hoop, the vendors are selling...all is right with the Torrox Costa world.
Buzz and I drove over to the Nerja caves founded in 1959 by 5 brothers who ventured down a sink hole. Can you even imagine that? Though not as ...
... though were actually living here and not on holiday. After two days of not drinking , Gareth was so bored he decided to make a cheesecake, which has only just been finished. The weather here has been absolutely beautiful and we've spent all our days outside the last week which is one of the main reasons we are here too. Its probably been kate 20's each day, nice and cool at night, so perfect for me. Hoping it continues, although there has been plenty of rain and flooding ...
... but I shish my leg was better and that I would have known about it so that I could have joined in the fun.
Capilla Real (Royal Chapel)
Not a lot of interesting stuff here and they will not let you take pictures. However I did like the sets of tombs that represent Ferdinand, Isabel, Philip the Fair, and Juana the Mad. They are quite large covering most of the floor in front of the alter and were ...
... right to trust him because the following day the whole trip went perfectly to plan.
Despite Granada being the site of the last battle between Muslim and Christian and the end of the Islamic (Muslim) presence in Spain, the Alhambra built by the Moors was not attacked, therefore it all remains in its original splendour, a superb example of Moorish architecture.
So what is the Alhambra? Well, it is actually three ...