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... overlooking the Alhambra called Carmen de Aben Humeya. Most of my pictures from today were from the sunset that took place there. Not only was the view great, but the food soooo good (lots of Moroccan influence). The restaurant used to be a wealthy family mansion and now has been converted to a restaurant.
More on Granada tomorrow. For now, I'm off to go to sleep. I need my beauty rest - after all I am a Queen.
... it made me kind of miss Korean food for the first time. I am really not bringing in the year 2014 in a special way at all. The actual new year was spent on a plane and the Lunar New Year was spent in my room. I don’t feel sad though. They were all for good reason. Im a little I missed LNY performance I guess because I missed it last year too because I was dancing for a basketball game. However I look forward to the day I can have a huge new ...
The last of our southern Spain cultural city visits was Granada where we needed to add the Alhambra to our tick list. While at David's, we went online to book tickets and were unable to get any for our preferred day, Friday, so had to go for an afternoon/evening visit on the Thursday instead. So, on leaving Comares, we drove the "picturesque route" through Alhama to Granada. Another glorious road ...
... been there and it was 14 euros. I decided to just walk around the city instead to see what I could find. On the way down, I accidentally got into the Alhambra anyways, by wandering through the exit. The Spanish are definitely not employing the management tactics of Disneyland there. About halfway down the hill, I cam across a group of Spaniards who were climbing under a construction fence leading in the direction of the Alhambra. I asked ...
... a 'too steep for 8 a.m.' hill to get there. Got to see the gardens, fountains, amazing architecture, ruins, bath houses, palace, prisons and everything in between in the massive Alhambra. The rest of the day we just relaxed, taking advantage of the bottomless coffee & tea supplied at our hostel. Went to a jazz concert with a friend that night and grabbed some dinner. Still wanting to get over this sickness so I decided to not go out on a Friday night ...
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