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... ginger cat. We have found feral cats all over Europe, in villages, in towns, in ruins, in campsites, but this is the first one we have ever found living on a beach!
We also visited the tourist office to see if we could book tickets to the Alhambra in Granada, but were told to go on line. Not good news for me for two reasons. Firstly the WiFi connection here is poor and erratic. In fact twice I have been down in the ...
... of small shops selling very Turkish wares. Pretty city with lots of shops, Turkish, tourists and the usual Zara, H&M etc. Managed the walk back up the hill around 7.30 and continued up to St Nicholas square where there were hundreds of people watching the sun set and the the lights of the Alhambra. Really spectacular sight! Had such a late lunch decided to have a fruit dinner at our ...
Drove into Granada and on to Alhambra where, once we'd bought tickets, we were able to go straight in, with an hour to wander before our allotted time to enter the Palacios Nazaries. We'd heard horror stories of people queuing for tickets, and were prepared to come back the next day, or the day after, so were quite pleased with ourselves that it all fell into place.
Where do you begin to describe anything this beautiful, this detailed. Actually bought ...
... photographed Palaces in Venice have Arabic facades. I know I can't help taking photo's of them no matter how many times I visit. But they won't prepare you for the amazing detail of the Alhambra.
My trip to Granada did have a few disappointments. My fancy meal at the Palace hotel was just expensive and filled me regret. I felt out of place in sitting out on the dining room balcony with three waiters trying to impress me. The city was accessible only by walking ...
... offered a cool free walking tour winding up the hill behind Granada with awesome views and street art. This tour also took us through the gypsy cave town, where apparently a German guy has been living for 7 years without using a cent!!!