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... within and upon the mountain landscape. It is a breathtaking palace when seen from an equal height across the valley. Imposing and serene, it must be one of my favourite structures. We signed up for a tour, joining a group for the first time. Well worth it. The Alhambra has 6000 visitors a day, is incredibly busy, and we were well shepherded and informed by our guide. It would have been difficult to make sense of so large a complex without her. Everyone else in our group was ...
... and a multi coloured fan. Such fun! It is impossible to describe the Alhambra, so you either have to visit the place yourself or look it up. On Wikipedia these days probably! Having walked around the palaces, gardens and other structures for some 3 1/2 hours we then walked down into Granada for a tapas lunch, following which we visited the cathedral which is vast. A cab back to the hotel gave us a few hours ...
... park, easy and difficult. Somehow, we found ourselves navigating this prickly landscape
3. The location and views from our "hotel". In actuality, it was just a bed and breakfast and a glorious one at that. It was located between Sevilla and Granada, nestled into the valley with sweeping views of the mountains. My only wish is that we were there longer than 2 days!
... t here just yet.
The first part of the walk is the same as last time - past the Tajo de Madera and up the track through a small wood. But as we get into open meadows again, the GPS seems to be saying that we should be going up the hillside to our left, passing an old dwelling (now relegated to being a cattle shed), which is built against a high rock face - no point in building four walls, when one of them is ready made for you!
Although at first ...
... Granada where one gets a plate of tapas with every drink (typically 2-3 Euros). With a couple of drinks or so, one can have a full meal. Options for vegetarians are limited but we managed to find the odd meatless tapas, no mean feat in a very vegetarian-unfriendly country. Later, we even found bars serving Chinese tapas!
Another aspect of Granada's contemporary culture is the collection of murals on the walls of Sacramonte and the ...