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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 …
... marble-clad amphitheater. The Generalife Gardens evokes the feeling of heavenly paradise by a combination of elegant garden design, subtropical flowers and trees, and the most special views of beautiful Granada: the Alhambra castle, the hillside church towers of Albaicin, and snowcapped Sierra Nevada Mountains.
The Christian conquerors of Granada demolished mosques but did not significantly disturb the Alhambra palace. They ...
... tickets for it in advance, and I mean well in advance. We did it a month before. Like I said, popular is an understatement.
In the afternoon we took a look at the Granada cathedral, and the royal chapel. The cathedral was an impressive size and was a bit of a strange mix of baroque and renaissance styles owing to the period it was built and the involvement of different architects. The royal chapel had some significant history in that it contains the tombs of ...
... Amazon.es...Three days later it was delivered to our hotel.
I was also mugged in Granada, but not by a Gypsy or a thug. I was mugged by a bank machine. I went to take out money and the transaction failed, so I tried again and the second one worked. When I checked my accounts online I noticed I was charged for both...not only was the cash taken out of my account twice, but the international atm fees were applied twice. I called my bank and they said that ...
... butterfly (Mariposa) exhibit. It wasn't very large but I spent at least 20 minutes inside trying to get pictures of these amazing crossbred butterflies. Some of the butterflies were species that I had never seen before and each of them had rich, vibrant colors that instantly made me glad I had come to the Science Park. I wandered around for a bit afterwards to try and figure out what to do next. I decided the observation tower would be the closest and went there next. From the top ...
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