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Travel Blogs from Granada
Wake up was 6:30, bags out 7:15, departure 8:00. We are off early as we have a very long journey today. Granada is over 300 miles from Valencia. As we left Valencia we passed again the Serrano Towers part of the old wall. We also went by The Arts and Sciences Complex and cross the Flower Bridge. It took us about 30 minutes to get out of the city as …
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... fortress, remain in Granada. The Alambra, originally built in the 900s, was designed as a fortress, but largely ignored until the 11th century when a Moorish king reconstructed the Alambra as a palace, which was then used as the royal palace by a Sultan in the 14th century. After the Reconquista, some parts of the Alambra remained and were used by Christian kings. Riddled with ...
... Nicholaus and Benno. We were separated from everyone else. We walked around together and admired everything about the Alhambra. It was beautiful. There were gardens and walkways and statues everywhere. We didn't have a tour guide so we didn't really know what we were looking at... but it was a nice sight to see! There was so much history here that I wish I would've read into a little more before going! Next time ...
... I have ever seen – hard to believe such craftsmanship and beauty exists in this world; especially back then when it was made. And now I know who the hospitals are named after! Still need to Google the meaning of his basket.
Overall I was a bit disappointed by Granada. Other than the Alhambra, it doesn't have much and would be good to visit with someone else I think so you can enjoy the nightlife, ...
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