Hotel Dauro Granada
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... have to get up in the middle of the night!!! Solution: buy entry for Friday as well. So, we visited the Nasrid Palaces on Friday afternoon at our scheduled time of 3:30pm and went back at a much more suitable 10am Saturday morning to visit the rest of the Alhambra & the Generalife.
The Nasrid palaces are beautiful but somewhat lack life. There is only conjecture about how these empty ...
... to say it was a late night! Our next stop is Morocco....and after my experience of Turkey I have opted to buy some 'hippie/gypsie' pants, in order to keep the eyes off my slutty knees!! This is all well and good, however turns out I also have quite a few low neckline tops and singlets....so a quick stop at H & M to grab a couple of cheap tee shirts to get me through the next 10 days as a ...
... our visit to my uncle we went to the basketball match between the LA Lakers and the Washington Wizards. The match was awesome! It was a match of 3 hours with 4 breaks and in every break the cheerleaders would dance or the audience had to do something, like the best dancers, the best kissers etc. It was really funny to be a part of it and to experience it. We also saw Cobey Briant play and he really is a great player. The match was soo exiting, even until the very last ...
... all the open minded people.
Did the free walking tour that night and went up to the highest view point were you could get a great view of Alahmbra Palace. Then they took us to the caves where people live, modern cave men, so cool, some of there homes were so decked out one even had a drum set in there! I had no idea something like this still existed in the world.
The town itself was a maze, very hilly though and really hot weather so if ...
... probably the most famous Spanish dish). We found a cute little hole-in-the-wall restaurant that had a deal where you got some tapas, a bit pitcher of beer and a huge pan of paella for 12 euros. Paella is usually quite expensive, so this was very good. We ate almost the entire pan of paella. It was one of the best meals I've ever had in Spain. They loaded it full of various types of seafood: crab, oysters, fish, shrimp and clam.