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TripAdvisor Reviews Albayzin DeLuxe Granada
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... cool down quickly has
disappeared. Of course there is the logistical management of finding cooling
elements and minimizing exposure. But hooray! for handling the 90’s with ease.
I also gave up wearing sandals, at least in this hilly town
which makes an especially bumpy cobblestone. I decided to spend more money on a
new pair of supportive running shoes and less on taxis.
I was discouraged yesterday after ...
... are two restaurants. It was starting to get a little windy and chilly out and the one restaurant did not have much to block the wind so I chose the place next door with a balcony and glass railing. I took a seat at a table that was made out of an old sewing machine table with a still working foot peddle that controls the speed. It had some great atmosphere with beautiful views of Alhambra right as the sun was setting on it. Unfortunately ...
... architecture, the Alambra is a sight to see. The gardens truly feel like a paradise designed for the gods, and the temples include intricate, beautifully crafted details lost to the unknowing eye.
Cordoba was a personal favorite. I guess I am naturally drawn to smaller cities, such as old town Valencia. I enjoy the quaint, homey feel, and the kind-hearted honest working people. Sevilla was ...
... are the oldest surviving Moorish gardens. We spend some more time wandering around the castle and then head back to the hostel. The hangover from the previous night and an entire day in the sun has been too demanding. We have an early night in. I cook pasta for dinner and chat to a kiwi couple over our meals. They have been traveling for a year around the world. I love them. I tell the guy that I want a partner like his wife. I want to be with someone who wants to ...
... them justice!