Hotel M.A. Aben Humeya
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After a so-so time in Torremolinos we were in desperate need of a dose of Spanish culture and our hopes rested on the shoulders of Granada. It's safe to say that this town did not disappoint! We had an absolute blast and it has now become our favorite city that we've visited thus far.
Our Airbnb was located in the Albaicin, a neighborhood that consists of a ton of small, angled roads that we got lost in more than a few times. For those of you ...
An hour and a half later and we made it to the Alhambra in Granda. After a momentary scare of needing passports to pick up our tickets we made our way into the palace. The Alhambra was larger than we expected, but spectacular. I think most of us particularly enjoyed the gardens. It's pretty cool how they use other elements to give ahape to bushes and trees. On one path there was an arch completely covered from top to bottom ...
... around looking at a few bars and restaurants,we settled on one right next to the hotel called Castillo Biejo. It was great. There was a Barcelona vs Real Madrid soccer game on TV and the locals were right into it. There was quite a bit of cheering when Barcelona scored, and I assumed it was a crowd of mainly Barca supporters, until Madrid scored a few minutes later, when it was plain to see the majority were Real Madrid supporters
In Granada, ...
... we walked to the Sacromonte. This is where the Gypsies settled hundreds of years ago in caves. They are now extended and built out, so you can't see much unless you go in one, and we didn't. It was a lovely walk. More interesting were the caves, actual caves, across the way. They looked to be occupied by hippies. So strange to see.
We only managed two bars for drinks and tapas. It was delicious none-the-less.
Next stop Ronda and Seville.
Granada is located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains. It sits at an elevation of 738m metres above sea level, yet is only one hour by car from the Mediterranean coast. The Alhambra, a moorish citadel and palace, is in Granada. It is the most renowned building of the Andalusian islamichistorical legacy with its many cultural attractions that make Granada a popular destination among the touristic cities of Spain. The Almohad influence ...