Hotel HG Gaona
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... cafe and had coffee and pizza to warm up and then the rain stopped! Strolled past the market stalls on our way back up the hill. Lazy rest of afternoon. Had a glass of wine at our "local" bar ( 6.2 euro for 2 glasses on wine and a coffee!) then walked up to San Nicholas where the usual hundreds of people are lined to see the view of the Alhambra. Rain well ...
... thing we did on Friday upon arriving in Granada and it is well worth the visit. At night they light up the gardens and the fountains and we wandered around in the warm night weather taking in the moonlit roses covering archways, trees with delicate white flowers, manicured bushes and pathways, and a smallish building at the end of the gardens built around a large pool of water which gave off a soothing feel of tranquility despite the other tourists we were sharing the experience with. ...
... and to follow the signs and my heart’s desire and to go where the wind takes me and this is what happens? If you had been there and actually listened to me a few posts back when I said to shoot me if I ever lose my sense of humour about life, this would have been the moment.
Ok. I needed a gameplan. The first thing I had to do was clean up my broken body and find a place were I could regroup and buy myself a little time to make plans, ...
... to return to Syria. Duaa has since gone back to Syria for a wedding and Ramadan, and I can't even imagine what it is like to live in the middle of that conflict. I will never forget getting to know these people.
8. The graffiti. I may be being silly because the graffiti in the midwest sucks, but there are some artists with spray-cans on the streets of Granada. My favorite graffiti involves the large faces that are painted everywhere, but there is also ...
... of water just on the way up! To make it even worse.. right when we were almost to the top of the mountain, the bus stalled at a stop sign. Needless to say, we all thought we were going to die. It took the bus driver about 5 minutes to get the bus started and heading up the hill again, rather than down it. SO scary. It's not the best thing to experience as you're peering over the side of the massive Sierra Nevadas.. But, once we got up there, the sickness and almost ...