Hotel Derby Sevilla
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... but it had seats, and the food was still delicious.
The standard fare for breakfast in Ronda is Churros, with coffee or hot chocolate. We had ours with coffee. Any Singaporeans reading this, it is like Yew Tew or Yew Za Kwai, so you can imagine it with coffee... yum, I just wish they did congee as well.
We then took a walk to the Arab baths, it was in very good condition for its age (some 800 years). Definitely worth ...
... it was decided that Spain is the Saskatchewan of Europe, because there was nothing but farmland for about five hours. Then it turned into a new and mind blowing type of farmland, olive trees, as far as the eye could see for approximately 100kms. And these olive trees don't just grow naturally, someone had to plant every single one, and they are in neat and tidy rows, mile after mile. Not fully sure whether it was because we were slightly losing our minds or whether it was that way ...
... luxuries. We kept walking up and up and up to a brilliant view over the city of Granada and of the Alhambra - Granada's largest tourist attraction, and old Arabic castle turned palace. When the tour had finished we were all very hot and dusty so some chill out time was in order before beginning a tapas crawl that lasted several hours I do love that every drink you order comes with a free tapas! The next day I'd had very good intentions of waking up and going to stand ...
... and check out the Torre del Orro. After this, we stop for another cerveza, and at 5:45pm we head back to the Alcazar. Mysteriously the line has disappeared. We wonder why, and proceed into it and ask in Spanglish if the free tickets are still available. Thankfully they are and we make our way through. This place is MASSIVE!!! Not only is it a palace, it’s also a couple of acres of gardens too!! Including a maze. We’re only in there for about 30 minutes ...
... in at the hostel and then went to find some lunch and explore. The hostel is on the edge of Barrio Santa Cruz which is the old Jewish quarter. Old balconied buildings with bars on the windows line narrow cobbled streets that wind through the neighbourhood like a maze. I attempted to walk along some of the thinnest pavements I've ever seen that are barely wide enough for one foot. Orange trees are round just about every corner laden with fruit. I bought some sausage and ...