Travel Blogs from Granada
Decidi arrancar tarde pues no podia levantarme y la
visita estrella del dia era LA ALHAMBRA, EL GENERALIFE y EL PALACIO CARLOS V.
Cerca de las 11am sali con rumbo incierto, pero me vi
sorprendido por una multitud en la plaza del Ayuntamiento, mucha policia y
algunos protestando en contra de la fecha, la cual traté de indagar …
Tren por medio y luego de haberme dejado Kari (una fenomena) bien temprano tomé el tren en Almeria con destino a Granada.
Eran necesarios dos horas de viaje y €20. Los trenes normales de Renfe estan
muy bien, por suerte dormi casi todo el trayecto pues venia de festejar el año
nuevo y cansado del viaje.
Siendo las once …
... his work formally started in Granada which lead to him establishing his hospitals. Our first stop was Casa Vengas, the home of the Don Miguel Aviz, a descendant of the last Sultan of Granada. Don Miguel's was a friend of John of Avila and made available the vestibule at the entrance to his house, a pace for John to sleep after he returned from Baeza and Guadalupe. John was now working amongst the city poor, and at night he ...
... enough to bear repeating: they don't sell coffee until nine in the ******n morning. THE SAVAGES.) we thought we'd go for a walk off the edge of the map. The twisting alleyways, whitewashed houses, arabic door numbers and vibrant creeper vines are all wanted cliche escapees, reward offered, but that only heightens my sense of wonder at this strange, mixed up and adorably lisping part of the world.
Southern Spain - I give it five stars and a crescent moon.
... more than a dozen groups!
We saw everything we wanted to see in Granada and we were ready to go hike up the hill to Alhambra again (our car is there), then we hear a marching band coming down our way. The next moment, Greg said excitedly, "Procession!!!". A big group of people walking down slowly and solemnly with Christian flags and banners after the marching band. And then several boys dressed in special clothes swinging the Christian incent (apologies ...