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Travel Blogs from Granada
... Technically I could say I’ve finished exploring Monachil and continue on to the next town. But I know that there’s really no excuse for not making the hike to find the “real” Monochil which I suspect will be a cozy village tucked into the mountain valley. Sure enough, after a hot but scenic hike, I reach the original village, built along a stream with steep hills on both sides, and narrow alleys with a ancient church and a traditional city ...
... town is to get lost in its winding labyrinth streets. So that is what we did, exploring he various streets, plazas and even mini markets. Our place had a lovely pool in a garden - that was a definite treat. We were given the keys to the owner's building, so we weren't really sure what to expect. What we did get, after opening a huge wooden door, was the entrance into a ...
... re music.
We continued through the Gate of Wine. Arabs could not drink the stuff but there were no rules against selling the stuff.Arab palaces are known for symmetry and geometric intracacies. You will like this, Trav. Humans try to reach the seventh heaven. In the room where the ruler would meet his ministers and foreign ambassadors, the wooden roof work had 8,017. Add up the numbers and you get 16; add those numbers to get 7[th heaven]. In ...
... stop: Provence, France.
Five Things I Have Learnt About Spain
1. The universal greeting is 'ola'.
2. Nothing happens before 10am.
3. Don't expect to do anything but eat, drink or sleep between 1.30pm & 5pm.
4. It is unfashionably early to arrive at 1.30pm for lunch or 8.30pm for dinner.
5. Spanish women give higher priority to their shoes and clothes than to their hair.
... The local butcher directed us to the locals restaurant, which unfortunately did not accept us as their guest (we saw several empty tables in the restaurant). It was not a pleasant moment, we were hungry and sat down to have some tapas at the bar with the hams hanging over us in a part of the place smelling a mixture of sweat (from the running waiters), beer and smoked ham. Well one only gets what ...