Cuevas Del Zenete
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Valencia to Murcia was not so bad but the episode with the crazy taxi driver was a little weird . I'm sure Paul asked how much was it to the airport - but I think the taxi driver heard take us to the airport as quickly as you can and ignore the speed limit and road rules . Then we had the experience at the hire car place that was pretty odd too . Paying for a gps that we didn't need and then there was no ...
... is impressive enough alone.
The Alhambra easily takes the majority of a day to see, which meant that by the time we had finished wandering through the majority of the massive complex it was time for a well deserved rest and lunch complemented by a tinto de verano (red wine with soda and some pieces of fruit), the perfect drink for the oppressive Granada heat (and remember this was only the beginning of May, true summer is apparently almost unbearable, and during the winter ...
... a city block and frozen, mid-kiss, whilst lecherously trysting with an open, cement plaza.
The third and final wonder of this cultural triple-threat is the Alcazar (another vague name, from the arabic meaning simply Palace) which is part Port Authority for the expiditions to the new world, part Islamic administration centre, part residency for paranoid catholic monarchs and part botanical garden - or at least has been all those in days gone by. The Alcazar ...
... experience. I am getting used to some of the cultural things that are happening here, the showers, the food, etc etc.
Everywhere I go here smells like flowers. They have flowers EVERYWHERE throughout the city that are very well maintained and beautiful but my allergies are really kicking in. Many people have to wear masks because the pollen is so severe from the roses and fruit trees. I will probably post pictures of ...
... of people in the street with camera crews set up, snack stalls around, and gypsies selling balloons. Curious as to what was going down I asked a police officer assuming he would know... and he informed us that apparently there was a protest happening at 6pm. What kind of protest has balloon animals? Intrigued we
decided to stick around and see what the fuss was about. Running on Spanish time of course the ‘protest’ was half an hour late, ...