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... with arabic influences, narrow alleyways & huge Cathedrals & public buildings. More importantly Fernando (our guide) tells us about a lovely beer brewed here called Alhambra1925. We have a glass & its the best beer Ive ever tased - could become addicted to this stuff. Dinner was tapas, lentil potato chirozo stew, mixed tapas, ham - delicious. Walked dinner off & watched entertainment in one of the squares before collapsing into the sack at ...
... your order but painfully slow when u want the bill and paying. As if they just want u to stay as a busy looking restaurant attracts more customers. Not much tipping from me as a result.
... of water just on the way up! To make it even worse.. right when we were almost to the top of the mountain, the bus stalled at a stop sign. Needless to say, we all thought we were going to die. It took the bus driver about 5 minutes to get the bus started and heading up the hill again, rather than down it. SO scary. It's not the best thing to experience as you're peering over the side of the massive Sierra Nevadas.. But, once we got up there, the sickness and almost ...
... many flamenco performances are hosted in these dwellings. It is said that the dance is heavily influenced by the Gypsy heritage – especially by Indian and Pakistani dance styles (think Bollywood) – although this is not said too loudly among patriotic Spanish ears.
Gypsy ingenuity is alive and well in Granada these days too – when an innocent looking old woman approached me with a sprig of rosemary I unwittingly ...
... Granada, I got to see an entirely different side of Spain. Galicia has ancient Roman ruins and Celtic culture, while Granada has sangria, evidence of the brutal Reconquista, and beautiful remnants of Moorish architecture. Granada's winding streets had me disoriented instantly, but the charm of the narrow lanes and sunsoaked stone had me hooked.
For two days, my parents and I dined on tapas and drank tinto de verano (a variation of sangria with a hint ...