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... The Al Hambra is enormous! Castles, fortresses and gardens to explore. So many, so different. The Nazaries Palace was amazing! There has been a lot of work done to it over the years, it is not entirely original, but it IS hundreds of years old.
On the way back to the hotel, we stopped at a little bar (there are so many here). This one seemed very local and homey, and it wasn't too busy. We ordered some drinks and were given some free tapas ...
... cool down quickly has
disappeared. Of course there is the logistical management of finding cooling
elements and minimizing exposure. But hooray! for handling the 90’s with ease.
I also gave up wearing sandals, at least in this hilly town
which makes an especially bumpy cobblestone. I decided to spend more money on a
new pair of supportive running shoes and less on taxis.
I was discouraged yesterday after ...
... We even got there as they were doing the call to prayer, which was really different but really cool. After that we headed into the Cathedral of Córdoba. At that point, I was feeling even worse and opted to go sit outside with another friend because I thought I was going to be sick. It was a short tour in Córdoba so we were back on the road by 4 and home to Granada around 7. As soon as we got home, I ate the pizza that my señora made for us and went to bed.
... planned full day in Granada. We had thought about going on a day trip to the Sierra Nevada and doing a day hike. However, when we looked at the buses (no way we were going to push Walter that far), there was one up there at 9:00am and not one back until 5:00; in this heat that is a long time, not to mention the wrong time, to be out and about and we weren't properly equipped for proper hiking. Instead, we decided to head down to the beach the next day, a day earlier than ...
... got Sheila for our next dining experience. The restaurant, recommended by Rick Steves was a tapas place and we were looking forward to have a good tapas experience. We ordered croquets of ham and cheese, tuna with avocado, jambon with tomatoe and veal with bacon and some drinks. The croquettes were ok but nothing fancy. Then were received a plate of the other three tapas, one ...