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Our second day was spent exploring the city of Granada further, with a small lie in given to us following our busy day the day before. We started off the day by walking into the centre, and then taking the route into Albayzín and Sacromonte, two of the oldest parts of the city, where great views of the Alhambra (the Islamic Palace that overlooks …
... spark tensions. Too much of this is bad for a marriage so we'll keep car time to a minimum for the rest of the trip.
The hotel is nice when we get there. We take the elevator up to the 4th floor, then through the fire escape and up another flight of stairs, to what is really like a small apartment on top of the hotel. We have 5 beds crammed in there which is tight but workable and no one has to sleep on the couch. We'll see this pattern a few times on the trip - ...
... catching up with us..I guess you can't eat deep fried food and bread for every meal and not have some effects due to it. However, running has been awesome. We didn't want to pay 44Euro a month for a gym membership, so we've been running in a different direction everyday. Let me tell you, when you have no idea where you are, you find the most amazing views of Granada. I'm glad I was running with my phone to take pictures. The first night was also right as the sun was setting. ...
... had said like in a horror movie, people tend to die/go missing and the first people to “die” are usually the dumb blonde/going to the toilet/making out – so it was not advised to do any of those. It was quite funny because literally along the way we lost various people for different reasons. The remaining group then opted to do the adventurous walk up to see some actual caves. The guide said she only takes the occasional tour up here as not everyone is ...
... meters from the outdoor cafe we were eating at. The funniest part is that now one said or did anything to stop him, they just chuckled and let him do his thing.
The Alhambra, the last stop on our weekend excursion was very beautiful but i found the building itself to be less beautiful than the Alcazar in Sevilla. The gardens and hill side barrios that surround the Alhambra are really the most beautiful parts of Granada, in my opinion. ...