Casa la Sevillana
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... restaurants, and parking. Unpack, eat, sleep. Our girls are good at that. For the most part, we build the itinerary around slow travel, trying to get roughly a week in each place, but the next 10 days or so will be a whirlwind.
The drive from Denia to Granada was easy, and took us from the coast, inland to arid desert territories with acres of olive groves, through low hill country covered in pines, and towards the plain of Granada with the Sierra Nevada in ...
... one of which Kris liked the best; her second course was a chicken soup that had saffron and boiled egg in it; it was delicious! I asked for the "menu del dia", which started off with a tangy salad of tuna, marinated in a delicious vinegarette-type dressing, and also had boiled egg, onions, and black olives. Next came
probably my favorite course, a dish whose main ingredients were scrambled eggs and zucchini, ...
... top was above the clouds and you couldn't see anything in the distance. It was definitely A LOT bigger than Canonsburg and Mount Holly. Being that I hadn't snowboarded in about a year and a half, I was actually really anxious how the day was going to go. Krysta and David both skied so I figured they would both have no problem and would be waiting on me the entire day. Thankfully, David hadn't skied in about 3 years and made it down the first run with about 7 big falls and it was ...
... a lunch in the hotel. They had a great buffet and while we were eating, a trio of musicians came in, dressed in traditional costumes and played some spanish music. It was very hot outside, 34 degrees, so we enjoyed a swim in the hotel pool and suntanned until 6:00.
Alhambra is right next door to the hotel so our location was perfect. We needed to buy tickets first thing in the morning in order to be able to visit this ...
From the church, we decided to go to the Albacyn, which is the oldest part of town. It consists of a maze of tiny streets and alleyways, and all white houses that all look identical. The goal was to get up to San Nicholas point, which provides a great view of the Alhambra and Granada. Emily was under the impression that I had any idea where I was really going rather than just aimlessly wandering uphill in search of it. ...