Puerta de Las Granadas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Leave me in Granada in the middle of paradise where my soul wells with poetry -- José Zorrilla
Before Granda, first we stopped overnight in Cordoba. We headed to the Mezquita for its afternoon opening and wandered around for an hour or so. It is a huge... well, it was first a church that got torn down, then it was a mosque for some time, then it was very briefly a church again, before it became a mosque for some time again, and then some christians built ...
... t very fun; blisters as I was lost
trying to find a grocery store, a woman yelling at me in Spanish when I misunderstood
a transaction buying water. I am thankful however, that these scenes feel
different to me than they might have a while ago. I used to fall into paralyzing
fear of not finding food or water (even in the US), and then I couldn’t make
effective decisions. My nightmares were of this genre, or else of
being near ...
... between two dorm rooms which I thought was going to make reserving a spot tough, but I only had to wait in line once. Interestingly there is a buday next to the toilet. I was tempted to use it after I did my business but how do you dry yourself afterwards? Do you just use toilet paper? Is there a special baday towel? Do I just air dry? So many questions.
I hiked up to the Mirador de San Nicolás to get a look at ...
... old. It was a bit longer than I had expected but it was still good, in fact at some points we could see about where we are staying. After that we went into the fort and there was a part of the fort that was living quarters for the soldiers. The bell tower had the best view of granada and at some points you got a really cool view of the snow-capped mountains. After that we went back to the Main Street and found somewhere to have t. Today we are going to the science museum. THE END by ...
... walk from the campsite and the self-service ticket machines can be used in English - you pick your date, times and seats with a touch screen...et voilà!
It was noticeably hotter and more humid than when we'd left the city and although it tried to rain, it didn't help. So we cooled down in the swimming pool, which was empty when we left for the coast but was now full of very cold water and open for business - heaven!
We then took ...