Hotel Casa del Capitel Nazari
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... to go in a cafe. We have been spoilt with the temperatures of Palomares over the past 3 weeks. Onwards we went until with the brilliant maps.me ( I would recommend to anyone, it's a gps where you don't need cellular or wifi and its a free app) brought us right outside our Hotel in the middle of Granada called Hotel Juan Miguel. This was the easy part then we learnt exactly what the traffic system was like in Granada and why people stay in hotels on the outskirts and bus in. ...
... sides of the road lined with villas and condominiums, it was just as we had envisaged having seen the area on so many television shows over the years. It just went on and on along both sides of the highway from the Mediterranean to the mountains, with just the occasional glimpse of the beach. We were yearning to get away from the built up area and head inland again.
Bound for Granada and away from the coast we were again passing wind farms, solar farms ...
... and the Generalife with the spectacular English gardens that overlooked Granada. Overall, I had preferred La Mezquita and Real Alcazar, but was glad we still had an opportunity to see la Alhambra. Plus, it was fun to walk down the small mountain and into the beautiful white house of Granada and the Albayzin neighborhood. It was the perfect end to an epic ...
... past the street at least once. I quickly dropped my bags off and headed off to Alhambra, one of the busiest attractions in the world, with 2 million visitors each year. The grounds contain several palaces, the most famous being Nasrid Palace, with its many beautiful courtyards with ponds and fountains. The gardens were lovely to walk through and the architecture was astounding. I still somehow found myself more impressed with the Alcázar ...
... and was probably wondering if I was shooting video.
I was hoping to talk to the owner after the performance but he was nowhere to be found, but I managed to get a business card anyway. There was a guy at the door sorting people onto various Buses, and I was on the same one as the Australian couple. The people running the Flamenco show seem to have a very well organized system for getting visitors back and forth to the shows. The ride ...