Hotel Granada Palace
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... debate we settled on two silk cushion covers. On the way back the American lady sat next to me so I asked her about her travel plans. She has taken the three children out of school for a year. So far they have been to Europe, Burma and New Zealand, where like us they travelled round in a camper. They are six month into their trip, next is Vietnam, then onto China, what lucky children. There was no mention of a husband, home is in Texas, perhaps ...
... queso tostada at the Toledo station. Bags went through the X-ray check no problem, knives all snug and safe and well wrapped deep within my pack. No problem here, señor. Gracias! Got to Madrid station, plenty of time for our train to Córdoba. Bags went through the x-Ray machine and then the dreaded moment when the normal flow of procedures was suddenly halted and my bag was the centre of attention. I had to take it to a screened off area and open up the knife ...
On Saturday, May 30th, we packed up and headed for Granada. This was going to be a fairly short and easy ride. We jumped on the freeway for about 30 miles when Sini found a nice curvy 2 lane road that would not add too many miles. The 2 lane road turned out to be a laner and a half and curvy enough to only stay in first and second gear. We rode like this for another 30 miles dodging on-coming cars around blind hair pin corners and ...
... we could. Once we got there, we first went on a walking tour through the central part and most interesting part of the city. We took a bus up so that we could walk Down through Sacromonte and Albayzin. This part is on the mountain and you have to get special permission to go there in a car. The houses here usually have lovely garden. Up in sacromonte people actually live in caves carved out in the mountain side. A long time ago people carved them out ...
... or chocolate sauce. I wasn’t disappointed!
On Saturday 31 August I woke up with a head full of cold (probably from being freezing cold for so long after La Tomatina). Feeling a little rough we headed back into town to visit the Alhambra. This is a Moorish palace complex with some of the most amazing gardens I have seen. They tried to create their idea of paradise on earth here. Some of the highlights in the Nasrid ...