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... Tired, starved and grouchy, we finally threw in the towel and stopped off at at the Spanish equivalent of Furr's cafeteria just across from our hotel. By then, we were ravenous so we over-ordered and over-ate too much heavy food. We left as unsatisfied as we had been satisfied by lunch. Granada is probably a great place to be a college student since each small beer earns a free tapa. You generally don't get to pick but some of these plates ...
... bed. The chicken tajine with prunes and almond was very nice. Just had a mint tea with it.
Dinner was over soon enough. On the way back to Gran Via de Colon, we ran into a procession with some yellow hats. I was too tired to wait for the floats. Back to the hotel for an email home and bed by 2130, praying for a decent night's sleep. The a/c was fairly strong but a light sheet sufficed.
5 beers near river...15 dinner
... between. It was very picturesque and reminded me a lot of parts of rural Turkey. It was 90 degrees in Sevilla when we arrived and after a short 5EU taxi ride we arrived at Hotel Simon, a residential mansion from yesteryear that had been converted into a B&B with about 17 guest rooms. It was funky, basic but reasonably comfortable and close to both the downtown area and historical sites. Tapas and wine at a local tapa bar completed the ...
... t use ride share because we don't have a working phone. We booked the bus :(
On our way back to the city a parade of some kind was happening. There were people dressed up on horse and donkey everywhere. All the women were dressed in flowing flamanco dresses, the men in strange suits with flat, wide rimmed hats, the horse with bells and there was a parade of gypsy caravans all hooked up to trackers. At the end of the parade, two giant bull were carrying a large silver monument. ...
... is preserved in the area of the city called the Albaicin with its fine examples of Moorish and Morisco construction. The Alhambra was declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1984.
The region surrounding Granada has been populated by Iberians from at least the 8th century B.C. The region has furthermore experienced Phoenician, Greek, Punic, Roman and Visigothic influences. The Iberians called the wide region Ilturir. On the site of present ...