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Yesterday in Granada we started with visiting the Alhambra. It was huge with heaps of towers and palaces. My favourite parts were: the summer palace; the Court of the Lions (a courtyard with a fountain and statues of lions); and the towers (they had an amazing view). It was ...
... apartments or hotels have accomodated us in a single room by cramming 5 beds in one small space (versus having us rent 2 rooms.) We grab some take out pizza and have a quiet night in. Some Disney channel, and Molly reads to the girls from the Diary of Anne Frank.
Our trip in Granada will be short - we cut it by a day so we could see the bulls in Denia. Tomorrow we'll see the Cathedral, grab a lunch, and head out in the afternoon for Terifa on the very southern tip of ...
... t help but stop to watch the sunset over the mountains and with palm trees and green fields in front. It was probably one of my favorite moments since I've been here. It was nice to stop and appreciate how beautiful this country is, more specifically Granada. In that moment, it was really the best of everything.. city and mountains in the background, green grassy field in front, and palm trees on either side. Breathtaking! I don't think I could be happier with this city! You ...
... it - we soon discovered why. The tour had started at 8pm and was supposed to go until 10-10:30. By this time it was already 9:30 and getting pretty dark so head torches were handed out. The hike up to the caves was tougher than I expected and was very, very steep. We were literally on all fours climbing up the side of this hill in the dark (though Evan claims he wasn’t on all fours). We went through a cave and made it to the top. Everyone hugged the tree at the ...
... to be a great idea, as it took us around the outside of the city for some fantastic views and a bit of history thrown in.We bought a few souvenirs, including a Don Quixote!
We then jumped in the car for an air conditioned drive down to Granada. Which unfortunately is not another Toledo. None the less it was a lively Friday night so we ventured out for a very nice meal in a pleasant square. Tomorrow morning we visit La Alhambra!