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... Arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px; background-color: rgb(245, 246, 248);">We walked next door to the church, and in there was the feast of Corpus Christi, which is a BIG DOT DEAL in Granada. In fact, it's a week long celebration that was just starting.
... in the Palaces for much longer than some other tourists and were passed by visitors who had been allocated later time slots but who were not prepared or were unable to dedicate as much time to the Palaces as we were.
Andalucia is famous for flamenco and it would have been remiss of us to forgo the opportunity to see top quality dancers and musicians while we were in Granada. Moreover, Mandy
had always wanted to see an authentic flamenco ...
... was my first taste of South Spain, and it did not disappoint! We spent the first day wandering the condensed yet quaint streets, discovering immense churches, comforting coffee and intriguing vintage stores. We climbed an abundance of stairs at the end of the day to an ancient "bath" that offered a spectacular view of the city and the setting sun. Before it got too dark we ventured back down to find a suitable tapas bar for my ...
We woke in Murcia to a gentle sheeting of rain as we gazed from our hotel window over the city with the roads below showing glistening signs of steady rain. If we were at the cricket, the covers would have been on and we would have been graced with the dulcet tones of Richie Benaud explaining what was going on. But we were in Murcia and Richie would have to wait.
We had already paid for breaky and descended into what must have been the best laid-out buffet breakfast I think ...
... and made it to the very peak of one of the mountains. It was an incredible day. That night, we met up for dinner and had more tapas and tinto de verano.
Our last day, we spent the morning bustling around the city looking for bus tickets out of the city. After packing and getting ready to go (very slowly and sadly), we spent the evening getting totally lost in alleyways and side streets and unlabeled paths leading up to the top of the mountain. We stopped ...