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... and each has added to, adapted, and continued to develop this Royal place until the early 1600's. It was declared a National Monument in 1870, and a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. The gardens here are quite stunning. The architecture amazing, and the history quite unbelievable. We finally dragged our weary bodies back down to the town centre at 1.00pm, and found a bar offering a range of tapas and a jug of sangria,.. We found our lunch spot! We are now back at our van,.. it is 5.00 pm. What a ...
... major feature in some areas of the Palaces where it is used not only to create a soothing effect but also to cool the temperature on hot days through the process of evaporation, clever lot the Moors. We then went to the Alcazaba which was one of the oldest parts of the Alhambra and the military area of the complex. We went up the terrace of the Torre El Cabo ( round tower) the northern wall walk, the Plaza de las Armas ( including ...
... guide was basically rubbish, like "look,a helicopter", "look, ants on at the wall" and "look,caves! they are holes in the ground! they are called caves" so, she's rubbish.
love Harley-ily ooo xxx
[p.s:hope the weather's getting better!:):(]
It's Elly here, I hope you are all well at home and coping with the weather! I'm probably just about the last person in the group to write ...
Fed up with the Spanish custom (well, our understanding of it at least) of starting the day at 10am or later (after all, the streets are most busy with people at midnight) we started the day early at 8am (thanks to Michelle's enthusiastic "we are NOT staying in bed past 8am). After a great FaceTime catch up chat with the Fraser's we headed off for a wonderful walking tour of Granada, led by our wonderful Guide ...
... present and you could see how many people they could actually fit in there. We spent about 30-45 minutes in the fort when we had to look for a restroom. We're thinking that we might have gotten some bad lunch meat from the little grocery store that was beach side in Malaga which sold more chips, liquor and sunscreen then anything else. But since we couldn't find a restroom near the fort we had to hike back up that hill (third time now) ...