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Sorry if this blog isn't too long or descriptive. Its been hectic here in Granada and we have around about 30 minutes until we leave for a bus to take us to Madrid and then onto Barcelona which is going to take 13 hours. However it saves me 120 euros which is most wonderful.
Yesterday when we arrived in Granada after a very quick bus ride …
... those around the Balcon de Europa and its famous views. One of the less pleasant sights in Nerja, and in Spain generally, was the dog excrement which was liberally dotted on the footpaths, waiting to waylay anyone who took their eyes from the ground for too long. We did see one or two dog owners with bags but regrettably the majority did not seem to clean up after their dogs.
Aside from visiting the beach and a number of the town's restaurants, we had ...
... area of the King of Granada where they escaped from the official routine. There was so much to see we didn't leave until 5.30 and by now the snow was coming down quite thick and fast thankfully not settling in the town only on the outskirts and on the mountains. After going back to the hotel, reading about our day, looking at all the photos and freshening up we went out to eat a lovely paella. What a lovely end to a packed and very enjoyable ...
... into a royal palace by the Sultan of Granada.
The Alhambra's Islamic palaces were built for the last Muslim emirs in Spain. The Palace of Charles V, built by Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor
in 1527, was inserted in the Alhambra later. It has a quadrilateral outside but on the inside is round - stunning! The amount of detail that combines christian and islamic symbols ...
... and had a coffee with us! Most enjoyable.
Mass was at 7:00 in the Cathedral at a very beautiful chapel, larger than many of the places we have been. The cathedral was built on the orders of the Catholic monarchs in 1523. A Philippine priest from Rochester, NY concelebrated with Fr. Joe - he was very reverent, and very nice - he had been in Spain, having just completed a small segment of the Way of St. James (1 week's ...