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... be too much! The Spanish can focus on many involved topics (one flamenco place we'd passed by and were induced inside spoke of their performance being about the unrequited love between a brother and sister!) Thank goodness for that.
We wandered wearily but contentedly up the narrow and rocky lane-ways back to our apartment with stellar views over the inner areas of Granada and on to parts of the amazing Alhambra and were thankful indeed.
We didn't feel unrequited at ...
... introduction to my way of travel. That is, why use public transport when you can walk. And so off we ambled to cover some serious foot milage (and pedal milage, kudos parents).
Sevilla, Madird and Granada saw us move from a a well equipped apartment into a hotel room. With any hotel of course comes advantages and disadvantages. Advantages definitely being the ...
... br> We got to the end of the busy road and it turned into a one way cobble stone road right next to a river. If you looked up, you could see Alcazaba towering over us. We had read that the tickets were sold out for the day in an effort to preserve the area but we opted to hike up the giant hill to at least get a better view. The hill was very steep but made for some great views on the way up of the city. We were able to enjoy it even ...
... the remnants of lunch with children running around playing games that at times made me nervous about them darting in front of the car. The lanes would wind their way to a small piazza that once you had passed through would turn left or right around a tight bend leading down another small lane way, but my concerns were ill founded, as we turned the last bend we came upon our hotel which is located at the base of the "La Alhambra". The hotel is called ...
... starting at 8 pm. I obliged...but that meant only having two hours to sightsee before then.
So off I went, to the Albaicín and Sacromonte. Beautiful...but of course, I got lost. Verrrry lost. Never trust me with a map. I enjoyed everything I passed - the river and the stunning Alhambra looming way above on the east side, the clean white buildings of the Arab quarter, and the road-less, disorganised, stair-filled hills of Sacromonte, with random ...