Casa la Sevillana
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... mom looks at my girls, much younger than her kids, and says that's pretty impressive. Yes, impressive that the girls of 5/7/9 could hoof it through the Alhambra I guess, but we hadn't been keeping time. 2 hours felt about right and that's what it took.
We head into the core of the old city to find our bed for the night at the Hotel Anacapri, which is about a block off of the Plaza Neuva and just a stone's through from the eastern tip of the Alhambra. But with narrow ...
... a singer.
One saturday we took the bus over to the futbol stadium to watch the local team play. They are not known to be a very talented group but we had fun listening to fans cheer or spit swear words at any opportunity that arose during the game.
A highlight of our stay in Granada was our visit to the Alhambra. The palaces were amazing and we loved the Arabic designs engraved on practically every surface. ...
... Alahambra (where we will go tomorrow). We stayed here for a little while before heading back down and back to the apartment to bed.
Saturday 1st September
Woke at a reasonable time today although felt pretty under the weather still thanks to my sore throat (which now included a sore ear and sore head). But still, I got up, showered, dressed and had some cereal because we had to be up ...
... incredible spa. We hurriedly changed into our bathing suits and began the relaxing cycle of the baths. We began in an incredibly cold bath! When I saw cold, I mean bone chilling cold!! Then, a temperate bath followed by a very hot tub and sauna. During our hour in the baths my friends and I completed the circle many times, all the while sipping on soothing Muslim tea. We were also given a ten-minute massage complete with jasmine scented oil. When ...
We arrived here in Southern Spain on Thursday after an early flight from Barcelona. The Ryanair flight was remarkably good, and was perfectly on time. We had a 2 hour wait at Malaga airport before catching the bus through to Granada. Much to our delight, the bus was perfectly on time too and hardly stopped at all. The bus driver seemed in a mad rush to get there, which after South America, I find a very pleasing attribute in a bus driver.
We had no idea that here ...