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... traditionally features three alternating bullfighters, or "toreros," each of whom go up against two bulls. The sport certainly isn't for everyone, I certainly wouldn't have wanted to experience it. Onwards we drove through the snow covered mountains, icy on some roads where the sun hadn't yet reached. As before the scenery was so lovely to see the sun was shining on the snow covered mountains. We stopped for a late breakfast on toast, olive oil, ...
... apartment on the third floor (no lift!) of the apartment block with glorious views over the city and some of staggering towers of the magical and ancient Alhambra we're hoping to visit tomorrow.
The sounds of the vibrant city wafted in the full length windows and it felt great to have finally arrived.
We needed a drink and found a lil cafe just back along the lane we'd traversed just earlier. A quiet night with a meal of pizza finished the end of another fascinating day of ...
... maps we find Pasiegas. They don't seem to have a tapas menu, and we don't want a huge plate, so the waiter says he will make us up a plate. Great! Other than already having a few of the items, and one of the plates being all fried, it was good. We both even ended up trying anchovies. Not bad actually. We ate them on a potato chip and other than being salty there wasn't much to it. Buon. Heather, my own personal day planner had found ...
... one of our tickets, but both of our buses were "full." I am not sure what "full" means by Spanish standards, but I would guesstimate that less than 45% of my bus was "full." Oh, Spain.
When we both made it to Granada, we had to figure out how to make it to our hostel. They had e-mailed me a few days before to warn me that the buses wouldn't be running due to Semana Santa festivities (Holy Week). A girl at the bus station informed us that they were in fact still ...
... a Mosque, but Muslims have not been permitted to pray in the cathedral despite their best efforts. We've seen a lot of churches during our travels, but this one is definitely within the top 10 for awe factor. The interior is characterized by both Muslim and Catholic décor creating a very unique appearance.
The third and final stop of the "Golden Triangle" tour was Granada. The main reason for our stop here was to see Alhambra, a palace and ...