Hotel Reina Mora
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Good morning again, and welcome to a big day in many ways. Today we would be visiting Granada, which is a big city famous for a big palace, the most famous Islamic palace in the world known simply as the "Alhambra". Weather has been no issue since we returned to Spain, and it would continue to provide no problems, as the forecast again predicted a …
... reminds me, I really should invest in a pair of pants with the ability to expand 2inches. Such actually exists and would be quite the asset to my rucksack. The ever informative Daily Times told me so. Great looking birthday present for you too boys) we've clocked some serious milage in fast train travel through Southern Spain since I last wrote. Seville, Granada and Madrid were ...
... Four tables may be an overstatement, but the food was just amazing!! And Maria was a doll. We had a blast and waddled our way out the door afterward.
It doesn't rain much in Southern Spain if the parched brown countryside is any indication. Except when the Cokers arrive in andulucia and are informed by the locals it is the first rain of winter! We left Murcia after a night when the air condoning wouldn't work and it was needed after a 21c day. No more motorway tolls as we headed for Lorca 50 km away through intensive agriculture areas - no animals - just fruit trees and market ...
We started the day with a historic walking tour of Granada. Stops included a church and mosque, view of the Alhambra, the Albacin area, bath houses, private gardens, the Sacramonte caves, and an old remaining wall near the Mirador de San Nichoalas. We learned about Queen Isabella, the King, a brief history of the Alhambra, and how the ...