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I had booked the Alhambra online ages ago for a 9am entry. The tickets had to be picked up an hour ahead using the credit card I had used to book. Alas, this was cut up when the new one arrived, forgetting about this and other bookings. It was not even daylight at 8am when everyone dragged up to the Alhambra in a taxi at the hotels suggestion. I sorted out the tickets without too much fuss and we went to the Palace for the 9am entry. It was ...
... soon after. Walked down hill to local bar for plate of jamon and nice glass of red wine. Came home and discovered I for some foolish reason had left my bag at the bar, of course it was not there. Rick reassured that staff would have put it away. Can't believe I could be so foolish, don't know why I didn't give it a thought, thought for some reason I had left it in the room. Didn't sleep ...
... the orient would all be sitting on the left. Eventually a nice young couple from Australia sat next to me and we had a nice chat.
The second show was much like the first, although the performers were in a different order. I was getting LOTS of good pictures and I’m impressed by the ability of the Panasonic TZ-40 camera with low light and flash photos. I was tracking the performers at times and one of the singers was looking at me with a ...
... piece de resistance" was undoubtedly Nasrid's Palace, for which we had tickets allowing us entry at 7pm. This was beautiful again, with rooms and rooms and rooms featuring the most ornate plasterwork. While we were waiting our 7pm entry, we had decided that the Alhabra (thus far) still didn't better the Alcazar in Seville but by the time we'd done Nasrid's pad, I think we'd both thought ...
... that I hadn't taken before, which was a trip through the "houses" of the hippies. There are a lot of hippies here, I think 50% of the people living here, live the hippie life. Almost all of them have dogs, dreads and live in ****** houses or caves. You would think that they are scary but they are ok. When we were walking up the mountain, we couldn't find the right way because some parts where so small it would be dangerous to pass it. However on of the people there saw a ...