Hotel Mirador Arabeluj
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... stream to the north, looking for an alternate path up to the top… but the path is closed due to construction, so I head down and around to look for the official entrance. There’s another winding alley lined with postcard shops, a gate, and then a refreshingly cool strip of forest that follows the outside of the wall climbing up the hill to the main entrance. And finally I reach the entrance to the fabled gardens and palace. I’m not really all that ...
... out of them in the caves. Granada was one of the most interesting and beautiful places I have been on my trip so far. The backdrop of the snowy Sierra Nevada behind the Alhambra, amongst the white houses and green mountains is a truly breathtaking sight. After Granada I decided to venture somewhere a little different and cheaper for a few days. So I got a boat to Africa (as you do). This was such a cool experience being able to see another continent from the coastline of Spain, and ...
No sleep..... None. Biggest party hostel ever! We are lucky and have the room on the top attached to the common area. Door closed and our room still stunk like weed. So strong! They didn't stop. It was insane. At 5 am we got up as they were going to bed. Went down to cook eggs and there were people passed out in the room, but the kitchen....there was no going in there. So disgusting!!! We had Nutella on bread again and left at 6.30 to wait in line at the Alhambra to buy tickets for ...
... the shops. Wooooaaahh what a view! This place is incredible! We were so high and could see for hundreds of kilometres. Such a beautiful view. Paul and I enquired about ski rental and a lift pass. We decided that if it was cheap we might give it a go. It was 44 euros for a ski pass and about 20 euros for gear. That was each! Seeings we are going to hit the slopes with marc in Czech before Paul heads home, we thought we would instead save our money for then. That ...
... We have built travel legs. It is bright and sunny, but feels as if it's still only 4 degrees.
Getting up from that rest was a little creaky, but the wandering continued, looking in the medina. This activity converted into cruising for a lunch place when 2 pm arrived. Another plaza and many rugged up Granadians sitting in the sun and cold lunching, which usually involves beer and sea food. We chose Oliver's and went into a warm crowded bar, quickly managed two seats at ...