Cuevas Del Zenete
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... was rebuilt with lots of Art Deco buildings for which it is renowned. We found a nice campsite a few kilometres past the town on the bay. Got our van hitched up, tied up the horses and poured a well earned G&t. Where is Dame 'Awkes, its not like her to miss her G&t. " I've been down to reception and booked us on a wine tour for tomorrow, I might have guessed. It is a beautiful evening, the sun sets around 10pm. So off to bed. I wonder what Dame 'Awkes will be. Dreaming ...
... br> (It's getting wetter)
ousting other re-lig-ions as if they're strangers...
As the plaster,
Is quite pretty,
The King and master,
Is really witty,
To keep romances,
And watch finances,
He keeps the craftsmen's work for viewing of the city...
Take me home,
..I hate Alhambra,
Take me home,
..just leave Granada,
Take me where,
the sun does ...
... lived within the hills, and could be viewed from a distance! During this loop, when we were also looking for "dolomites", came across a gorge that could only be described as a mini Grand Canyon. Did find some stone structures that were classified as dolomens, but nothing that was along the lines of Stonehenge, which was what I had been anticipating.
Due to some unknown technical mishap, we have lost the photos of Alhambra and Guidix.
... will be no problem to get to my dive hotel by bus. I'll believe it when I see it. For tonight is fancy dining at the hotel and be treated like a Arab King.
Having chosen this hotel as my base for Granada because it was so close to the Palace, I didn't realize that the Palace and subsequently the hotel is up on a steep hill. So every trip to town takes a lot out of you. I started my day yesterday, walking down to the Cathedral (which is massive) then ...
... the throne of Allah. Slender columns supported ornamented balconies giving shade to the courtyards below. The courtyards, with rivers of paradise flowing through them, provided tranquil places for meditation and a haven from the troubles of the world.
It is no wonder that tourists the world over are drawn to the Alhambra. If only for a brief period of time, we took refuge withn its palace, absorbed ourselves in its history, and allowed ourselves to dream.