Las Terrazas de la Alpujarra
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- Free parking
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Our next stop in Andalucia was Granada, home to the magnificent Alhambra. This 11th century Moorish palace and gardens dominates Granada, physically and perhaps spiritually as well, as we spoke to a number of people who were very proud of their Alhambra! It was spectacular for sure, and the gardens were equally spectacular in design and engineering. We also spent some time enjoying some of Granada's Christmas events. There was a Christmas market ...
... difficult to describe due to it's confused history and mixed style, but it's nontheless very beautiful and works nicely as a backdrop for coffee.
Our next stop was the town of Cordoba, which was once the most important and sophisticated city in Europe- albeit coming off the back of the dark ages, which without meaning to belittle Cordoba is akin to being the most well-published and cultured person in your prison cell-block.
Cordoba's chief attraction to Hannah ...
... a popular after dinner experience in Granada, with many bars and restaurants offering nightly performances. I'm sorry to say that we never made it to a show here either, but at least its something I can return to see another time. As we are now heading home, I'm expecting my entries to be limited on detailed info, so apologies in advance for that. I do hope to visit at least a couple of places I had originally wanted to cover, so watch this space for ...
... part of which being that her birthday was in fact at the beginning of September. After initially not wanting to meet due to tiredness, she made it 45 minutes late to find many of her friends waiting for her. Meeting many of her friends as well as foreign exchange students in the club, I stayed for many hours partying, until it again reached 4am, when I made the journey back to the hotel for the last time, where our coach was ...
... out in Motril just in case. The campsite owner directed us to a road where there were lots of garages and luckily one of them was a VW garage. Talei managed to communicate well enough with the assessor to learn that there was only a small amount of current getting through from the alternator to the battery, but the higher the revs, the more charge was getting through. It would take a day to ramp the van up and check the problem, but if the alternator ...