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... than 500 years ago. We saw another flamenco, this time interpreting a gypsy wedding in a mocked up cave venue. Better and more realistic than the last. After dinner we did a night tour of the Palacios Nazaries, the once beautiful Arab palace of the Alhambra. This was so amazing to see, with such incredible moulded patterned plaster walls and ceilings. Ready for bed when we got back at midnight. ...
... arrived at the train station, ready for our departure. I didnt realise how close the Searva Nevada were to Granada. New train system is being built so we have seen more little towns than we were expecting, in order to get to our destination.
Now in Malaga. Work on new rail system means travel to Rhonda seems ...
If I had to describe my "hostel" in Granada in one word, it would be ridiculous. I also wouldn't describe it as a hostel, because it very literally isn't one. It used to be, until the owner disappeared and left his new employees in charge of everything, who have been slowly driving the place into the ground-- it will close permanently in a few weeks. Name any building or health code, and this place has it violated inside and out. I walked until I ...
... the newer parts of the city which held no interest for us so we could leave content. As we checked out of the hotel, the chap asked us where we were headed and we answered in all honesty, 'we don’t know…’
We drove out just after noon.
- Madrid the city itself is simply lovely
... retains much of its Islamic character, with large whitewashed walls concealing mansions and gardens. The very hilly neighborhood also contains several fantastic viewpoints across the river to the Alhambra and the Sierra Nevadas, rewarding visitors for their climbs up the unforgivingly steep cobbled lanes. We walked throughout the Albayzin and surrounding area for a couple of hours, then returned to our room (with incredible views of the ...