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Today we saw houses built into the hills which were really cool looking, unfortunately we were on the motorway and couldn't stop to take a photo. As we headed into Granada most houses are now white and the countryside looks more like a dessert (and this is spring, I'd hate to see it in peak of summer - must get really dry here).
We are staying in a loft (which is actually a basement flat) of a very ...
... it will continue that way. Peter, the Brit, said they've been coming to the Costa for 15 years and when they first came the Costa had 0 days of rain per year...he can't believe how the weather has changed over these years with rain now occurring. Our apartment building is right next to a brand new Iberostar hotel which is quite pricey....I'd be very sad if this is the week I chose to splurge and stay there!
Learning to just "live" in Spain.
... counter who could if she wanted to speak English but chose not to, even though her job is to greet foreigners. Hmmmmm. How annoyed were we when wed not taken the correct part of the boys birth certificates and had to endure the whole twisted rig moral again today! There have been two occasions this week when Alex and Lewis have had a sleep simultaneously and this has lasted about an hour and fifteen minutes each time. On ...
... city. The highlight of the city, the mosque cathedral, epitomizes Christian and Moorish architecture, with parts dating from the 400s to the late 18th century. With 856 columns of various materials, the mosque cathedral leaves the viewer enamored and enchanted. Architects from the various centuries recycled the columns used in the Cordoba Cathedral from Roman and Visigoth buildings. Each ...
... the Lions), Sala de los Abencerrajes (Hall of Abencerrages) and Casa Real (Moorish Palace). They are all impressive, but seem the same. We don’t get audio guides so we essentially look at empty rooms and blank walls. After a while, the novelty wears off and I wonder what the fuss is about. At least I don’t get why it is so highly regulated that you need time allocations to visit the palaces. I’m over the palaces so we move to Alcazaba, a high ...