Abades Nevada Palace
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... cheap. That night we ate dinner at the hostel with a handful of other travelers staying with us and spent the night getting to know three of them in particular. We had an absolute blast playing games, such as spoons and a few card games. It gets nice and cool at night in Granada, so it felt wonderful to sit out in the terrace and enjoy the breeze and see the little lizards scurry around.
Our second day entailed a lot of lounging in shaded hammocks, reading, ...
... Pots, hanging baskets, the stairs, the walls. There was hardly any white visible of the walls for all the flowers! And an interesting fact, again thanks to mum - the festival was made a UNESCO "Intangible Cultural Heritage" site in 2012 established to “safeguard contemporary living expressions and traditions that countless groups and communities worldwide have inherited from their ancestors and transmit to their descendants”, with the first such festival being ...
... Casablanca (meaning white house)! Way behind, the snow capped mountains of the Sierra Nevada. All in all, a very pretty picture and hard to capture on film because of the bright reflection coming off the buildings.
The fortress seemed to sit there all on its own for about 350 years until towards the end of the Moorish era when the last great dynasty of Moorish kings, the Nasrids renovated the fortress and added the Nasrid ...
... the next day. And once again, we enjoyed been shown the town by a local. We were a small group of Jacqui and I with a couple from Chicago. The tour was to take us on a tour to see the transformation from Islam to Christianity. We started at the Cathedral and wandered up through the to numerous alleys of the old silk market (Alcaiceria), through the old Arab area of Albaicin, down to Puerta Neuva and back to the ...
... albai cin/
Then royal chapel
At night we went to ...