Hotel M.A. Aben Humeya
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The countryside of Andalucia is a wonderful tapestry of Olive groves (11/2 million hectares) and grapevines interspersed with sunflowers and orange trees. A pretty, serene landscape on the way to Granada. Granada really deserved more than one day but alas this was not possible. After seeing the world's most over the top ornate Basilica, the San Juan de ...
After we dump our bags a group of us head out to have a wander and get some lunch and we end up having some kebabs! They were pretty damn delicious kebabs too. We wander into the Cathedral (Yes another Cathedral in a European town its crazy). This Cathedral is slightly different to any of the other ones we have ventured into so far and showcases typical 'Baroque" architecture… they say it gets it’s name because you will go "broke’ as a result. This ...
... We took photos and had a giggle while understanding exactly how it can happen, there are no curbs and you can't see the turns when doing down a hill like that. Then it was time to go get train tickets. We have been trying to book them for days but the website and our cards don't work, so we have to go to the station. When we got there they had just sold out...train full. For the next day also. We are not lucky at all. The bus is double the price and much longer, the plane is even more. ...
What a morning! We slept in until about 10am and spent the morning having a big, silly, immature disagreement about everything and anything under the sun. It ended with Paul storming out and returning after an hour, us sorting everything out then having a lovely day together. I wasn't going to write it but Paul thought I should, so that when we look back and read this, it will be real and we can have a laugh at how silly we were being. We all know ...
... to the top two towers in the old fort, the Alcazaba, for excellent views of the city, especially the old Albayzin district. We stayed in the complex until closing time as there was so much to see, a wonderful way to spend the day.
That evening we joined the locals in the Plaza de Bib-Rambla, where Koen played football (soccer) with a couple of young boys and charmed a cute little girl while we sat on the ...