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We left early Sevilla towards Granada (261 km/ 162 miles). Upon arrival visit to Alhambra and Generalife gardens:
In the afternoon we went for an artistic tour to other parts of Granada and we visited the Al …
Today, we got out to explore Granada. The town has a lot of middle-eastern influence. We started out visiting the Alhambra, a Moorish palace and fortress from back in the day. (I really wish I could remember all the dates, names, and facts, but my brain was too overloaded). It was huge, with beautiful architecture and gardens overlooking the city. …
Today, we headed out from Ibiza and took the Ferry back to the mainland. I forget what else happened this day... yikes! But we ended up in Granada and had dinner at the hotel. I finally found out why they serve so much pork over here. Apparently back in the days of the Spanish Inquisition and religious persecution, eating pork was the way to prove …
So being in Andalusia was a joy.
It was definitely nothing like Ali.... it was a city. That was a real city. Granada is historic, you feel like you are somewhere with a meaning... unlike the tourist-y feel you get every time you'd walk in Alicante.
They had gypsies everywhere and the architecture was absolutely stunning.
... your feet, so fast that the ground vibrates. Another grueling climb brings you to the top of the wall, and the top of the Realejo. It is very pretty, white-washed buildings and winding steps. I stopped for lunch here - salad with grilled goat cheese, nuts and honey. Lots more cool graffiti, and I finally found that stupid ...
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