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... ended up at the lunch stop and after a hearty lunch we were ready to go. I was a little disappointed with my first couple of hours riding but it was starting to come back to me and I was really enjoying the riding and the weather was like Goldilocks porridge, not too hot, not too cold but just right. The next couple of hours passed really quickly, my confidence was growing and the trails were fast and varied then we went through a little stream. I had ...
... house, with a small village towards the back of it, protected by the walls. Exhausted at the top we discovered that they had installed an elevator that would take you all the way up. Joy. The walkway from the back of the palace to the path leading to the Spanish castle was closed (not sure if due to repairs or because of Easter weekend), so we took the elevator down to the street level. It was like a 30 story elevator with no stops in the middle, it felt like going down ...
... on the water), and knew that I would have to stay here for more than just one day to soak in all this wonderful sunshine for this 33 year old soul. The others had to return to Madrid early the next morning but with the kind help of my new airbnb host/friend, Mora, I found a way to stay in the city for a few more days because quite frankly, I needed more of este sunshine by the sea. Additionally, this ...
... grounds, pop down into town for lunch then come back up for the tour. Not to worry, we then walked all the way down into town and stopped at the first bar for coffee and croissants.
Granada is a large and busy city with many grand buildings, impossible to do justice on a day trip. We limited ourselves to the cathedral, which to my mind is quite obscenely huge, the walk up the old quarter by the riverside and up the hill to ...
... at the point I entered the tunnel, but on the other side the wind is being funnelled through the gateway and is almost gale-force. And bitingly cold. Despite having just reached my destination, I'm not going to stay here! It's back through the tunnel for a lunch spot in the warm sheltered spot on the other side.
The walk back is just as enjoyable, especially as the cloud eventually lifts off Chamizo and (nearly) off Maroma. Must bring the TV cameras (and Julia) next time.