M.A. Nazaries Business and Spa
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... driving was filled with olive trees. Then the next valley and the next. Olive trees as far as the eye could see for the next 100km. We later found out that 40% of the entire worlds consumption of Olive Oil comes from this region. It was more amazing than the orange trees we had seen earlier. We finally arrived in Granada, a town famous for the Alhambra Palace. But we will explore that tomorrow. A few challenges in finding our hotel in the middle of ...
... a must. At our time the tickets mustn't be prebooked, in high season the situation may get tight. The time indicated on your ticket to enter the Alhambra's core piece, the Nasridic Palace, allows you a window of 30 mins to enter - not sooner, not later. You can however stay then in the palace as long as you want. Many people have no energy any more to ...
... got a bus to a bus, and again.. I was almost there! Once in Sant Antonio, I still had no way to get ahold of Javi, I found my way to a bar/hostel and saw WIFI on the door. I did a little internal dance and asked the barman about the WIFI. It took about 20 minutes of the twirling circle to give up, restart my phone, and ask again for the password. Yeah, I was putting it in wrong. SOO finally I got a hold of Javi, he picked me up, brought me to the apartment.
I have made it!!
... area, so we quickly mastered the best routes down the twisting roads and found that the "downtown" bit of the city was equally as easy to navigate. We went in search of groceries and stumbled upon the coolest little street filled with Arabic feeling shops selling bright tapestries, colorful pants, leather shoes and bags, jewelry, beautiful glass lamps, and tons of other unique little trinkets. We also discovered and ate our first kebab, a wrap type thing, which was delicious ...
... leisurely morning we headed into central Granada to check out the old town. Granada is an ancient city founded by the Iberians. For 250 years it was the capital of a Moorish kingdom, the Nasrid dynasty, who ruled until 1492 when Granada fell to the Catholics. However, the Muslim influence is still very noticeable here, especially in the Albayzin (the old Moorish quarter). After a look around the Cathedral, the old town, and the Albayzin ...