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... about food. It is such a part of your day when you travel. Haven't watched a movie or a television program (apart from an afternoon of soccer in Salamanca) since we left, so our world is all about walking, looking, talking, reading, planning the next stage, buying tickets, writing...and eating and drinking. We took up residence in a riverside restaurant called La Tinaja (the earthenware jug). Amazing food, beautifully plated. This is where we first tried the ...
... much to my pleasure. Briony spots a nice rug for us and so when we get back I get to throw away my ****** jumper to make space! I was begging her to get the rug by the end of it so I could throw away that jumper!
Dinner we head out for tea together for tapas. The food was good but gave me a tummy ache later and after the last time I had a tummy ache and drank it kind of put a dampener on the night ha ha. We head off to a “Busabout Bar” as we call ...
... there appears to me (I admit this may well be a misinformed comment) a lack of ambition or imagination. Perhaps like most countries Spain concentrates on what it’s good at and that’s why the Spanish are so passionate about football.
I booked into a no frills (absolutely none!) camping motel and set out to look at Granada city centre. It was a two mile walk into the centre which is a nice distance, not too far but ...
... fixes everything! Well for Paul and me... We continued walking after our delicious lunch and found ourselves on the San Nicholas lookout in the Islamic quarters overlooking Granada, the Alhambra Castle and the snow capped mountains behind it! Wow this was so impressive. There was even flamenco music playing! perfecto! We really couldn't have asked for a better afternoon. Let's walk to the castle,we decided. So glad we did. We walked through more of ...
... to appreciate this GPS thing as it has done well for us, especially in the "recalculating" department! Granada was under construction downtown and we got into some narrow, narrow roads trying to find our parking. There are also some restricted driving areas, me thinks we got into one of those too, time will tell! The drive to Granada was outstanding! Hundreds of thousands of acres of olive trees all the way. Amazing! We took the new super highway, at times for miles we were ...