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... beach was more of a challenge since it was once again all uphill.
Tonight we got to watch the two top Spanish soccer teams play each other, Barcelona and Real Madrid. Barcelona came out on top but getting the chance to watch these two teams play was certainly a treat...and getting to see Ronaldo was pretty easy on the eyes too! We found a place with lots of screens and enjoyed watching it with cheering fans for both sides.
... or leave her behind. We managed to return to the motorhome before the rain came and were safely inside during the relatively short downpour, more rain is expected shortly.
Xmas shopping today, we travelled to Velez Malaga to access a better internet connection and ordered our wine for Xmas as one should and did a little shopping, enjoying an excellent coffee and calorific chocolate cake in the cafe, Jamaica as ...
... hookah pipes lounging on pillows upon Persian carpets, heavy curtains on the windows, and ivory studded wooded furniture." I love that!
We ate dinner and then headed back to the train station for our 20:50 train home to Sevilla.
Picture count after Day 2
Craig 372 (would have been higher but battery pronounced dead at 17:20. It turned out it wasn't quite dead after all but the damage had already been ...
... waitress placed two heaping and steaming plates in front of us. We dug right in. The rice was fragrant, spiced perfectly and had a wonderful reddish-yellow colour that you get from saffron. The sautéed chicken, prawns, clams and other seafood I couldn’t recognize were all perfectly moist and fresh and they were clearly not being thrifty with the seafood. As I neared the end of my first plate, I wasn’t sure about taking my plate up for a ...
... for our own siesta and did not get up until 6pm. Finally up and showered and awake, we went out to Plaza de Toros (plaza where an old bull arena is) to have some drinks and tapas. In Granada, tapas is an amazing thing as you get a free plate of tapas when you buy a drink. So the first place we got sangria with patatas bravas and 'nachos' which was ok. Then we went to another place which was great where ...