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... marriage of these two people that Spain was united as a country in the late 1400s. From here it was on to the cathedral-originally a great mosque. The cathedral is the 2nd largest in Spain, almost 80m in length and 15 stories high at the top of the dome. Construction started in the early 1500s and it took over 180 years to complete. The person who designed the cathedral never lived to see its completion. The support pillars are enormous-5 people could join hands to try ...
... the signs in Spanish with a big Red Cross over them, then up the side of the mountain where there are people living in caves. This was no secret. They were out the front of the caves sitting in the sun, tending the gardens they have on the flat areas of the mountain slope, their horse and dogs were out the front also. Well worn dirt paths identify other cave entrances. The whole mountain was full of life. We climbed to the top where an old church remained. This was a popular ...
... go. Our host asked where we were going for the night, we told her Baza, we pronounced is Ba-za - as it's spelt. She looked confused, she told us she had never heard of the place. After discussing with her how far away it was she clicked. 'OH Ba-tha'. What would you know, a 'z' is pronounced 'th' in Spain.
We jumped in the car and headed to our accommodation. ...
... near the house! A man in the bus told us when we were approaching the largest olive producing area in the world and for kilometres all we could see was olive trees. Trip also went through the mountain rain of Sierra Nevada. When we arrived in Granada we both thought - oh gosh this is not what I expected, but as we woot into town our opinions changed. The pension we are in is down a few alleys ...
On Saturday morning we had our excursion to Capilla Real y Catedral. We weren't allowed to take pictures in the church (Capilla Real) but it was amazing to see (again) all of the detail that was put into the decorations. There was this amazing gate/door that had all of these images painted onto it that told a story about some of what happened to the most important saints - it was actually a bit grusome because some of them were boiled alive or had their head cut ...