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We booked ourselves in and waited for the guide Javier to return from a previous outing and found we were but a total group of three and after some more quick instruction by Javier, off we headed through the streets of Granada. It was a rollicking ride up and down hills, through narrow lane ways and even along some single-lane and narrow roads with Javier occasionally pulling us to one side to allow a car, motorbike or taxi to pass in either ...
... walked around the whole Alhambra and then some (accidentally), and to all the street art sites and shops.
That evening we head to the Sacromonto caves where gypsies invented flamenco dancing. In a house built into the hill Los Tarantos we are entertained by a show. Great music and dancing. I would describe it as tap dancing on steroids. There is a lot of stomping alongside sad or aggressive or passionate emotions. It looked like it would be a great ...
... is magnificent though, as are the stained glass windows. We went back to the apartment for a rest before heading out again later for more drinks and free tapas! It was so hard to pick where to go given the hundreds to choose from, and none compared to El Retiro! This night be managed to stay out partying later than the oldies at least (although not by much)!
Next day was Alhambra day. Upon Jose’s advice we walked up from Plaza Nueva through the Puerta de las ...
... will do when we get back to NZ is buy a KTM!!
Back to our arrival at Reina Isabel - despite it being about 4pm when we arrived, the campsite owner was adamant that we should take a taxi into Granada the next morning and see the Alhambra as the forecast was good but not for the day after! He said the taxi would take us straight to the ticket office to collect our tickets which he then proceeded to book online for us! In hindsight ...
... day in Spanish football. It’s the first el clasico of the year – Barcelona vs. Madrid at CampNou. The whole of Spain stops for this game. I wish I was in Barcelona. But the atmosphere in Granada is quite upbeat too. I see people walking the streets wearing Barca and los blancos jerseys. The pubs around town are getting ready for 6pm. There is a sense of excitement in the air. I can only imagine what Barcelona and Madrid are like. A friend is currently ...