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... and there were large squares of marble that made up the floor. As soon as our group walked in every person reached for their sunglasses, it was so bright it was nearly blinding. Another interesting aspect of this palace was the water that flowed from the statue of the cats in the courtyard through every room in the palace and back again. This water was to symbolise the free flowing emotions of all that lived there and it helped to purify the water they ...
... the Romans, the Celts, Muslims, Christians, French, you name it and they had control of Spain. During the 15th and 16th century, Spain became an empire in it's own right, conquering Latin America and every nearby island. In Andalusia, it is possible to see the remnants of the Muslim empire mixed with the Catholic empire, alongside of monuments to Isabel la Catolica and Christopher Columbus. In Granada, 90% of the population is Catholic, the most popular ...
... and then a waiter brought over a patron from another table who could speak English. She acted as our interpreter and ordered our meal making some perfect choices.
Once again the wine was not only very good, but very cheap and considering how cold it was, it was necessary to keep the cold at bay. Well that's our story.
We woke to a bright blue sky, the first in days, making it a very enjoyable drive to Granada. In most places on ...
... We even got there as they were doing the call to prayer, which was really different but really cool. After that we headed into the Cathedral of Córdoba. At that point, I was feeling even worse and opted to go sit outside with another friend because I thought I was going to be sick. It was a short tour in Córdoba so we were back on the road by 4 and home to Granada around 7. As soon as we got home, I ate the pizza that my señora made for us and went to bed.
... but "henna relif-ey" as we discovered!) The gardens had a lot of water features and were similar to the Mughal gardens of Kashmir.After a long afternoon of walking, we trudged back to the hotel for lunch and a siesta (a siesta is, after all, an integral art of Spanish culture, much to Nitya's delight!) In the evening, we explored the Moorish quarter (Albayzin) on the banks of the Darro. This area was ...
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