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Got up early (by Spanish standards) and after skyping the kids, went in search of breakfast. Found a place mentioned in Lonely Planet called Gran Café Bib Rambla. It was quite a popular place, but our Spanish wasn't up to asking for a menu, so we ordered a pastry and café con leche. I had something like a pane ou chocolat, which I don’t …
We got up and packed before having breakfast at the hotel. No Nutella this time and no madeleines either. But very enjoyable. Then we went for a walk over to Notre Dame. It really is an amazing place.
There was some VIP being escorted by three soldiers with machine guns. Not your everyday sight in NZ. Then back to the bowl to collect or …
Thursday morning we picked up our Alhambra van from the Córdoba train station and made our way to Granada. The roadways were very well signed and easy to maneuver, which was a relief as we didn't really know what we would be getting in to. After a brief lunch stop in a small town during siesta time, we made it to our hotel in central Granada. All of us immediately felt happy in this city - there is a California quality to it, lots of greenery and we welcomed the modern amenities of ...
... hottest part of the afternoon and into the early evening. Even at 7/8 pm, the sun is still going strong. All week the sun has been setting at a little after 9pm in Granada.
Around sunset we walked around town, and did some ¨photo browsing¨ as Grant and I termed it. Cameras in hand and ready to document Granada´s nooks and crannies, we made our way downtown and back through the side ...
... Another amazing feature that defined the architecture was intricately designed tile work, detailed pillars and arched doorways. As a whole the area shined with Arabic designs, restaurants, and merchants. There was a vitality and flavor to the town which was unlike anything we had experienced before.
Sharing a room with us at the hostel was a German couple, Janosch and Youle. We instantly all clicked and would later spend our next several days going out together.