Reino de Granada Hotel
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... the gardens (Palacio de Generalife), and then had our Nasrid Palace tour at 1:30. That lasted about an hour, and then we toured the rest of the place. It took the whole afternoon.
... was super interesting. He kept repeating that it was all from the heart and that it was from the gypsies, who were heavily influenced by the Muslims of the area. It was cool to see that influence then in the music of the show! Spain has been absolutely wonderful. I've tried to immerse myself in the culture as much as possible and have learned a lot. I'm excited to have another day in Granada and as sad as I am to leave, it will be great to see other cities too! So long for now, ...
Losing track of the days fast! Today we covered Granada - a day tour that took us to Granada and the Ahlambra. Wow - what an amazing place to go - it was like entering another world with all the gardens and palaces! We started off seeing the cathedral in Granada proper and that was lovely - but we had a non-interacting tour guide, so we had to go back and go in ourselves. This temple is considered to be the first Renaissance church ...
... shows in Granada take place in the restaurants up here. Gypsies and hippies have been living in the area for a while now and there certainly is a huge hippy vibe. A couple of hours pass and we end the walking tour at Mirador de San Nicholas, the most popular lookout point for the Alhambra castle. The gypsies have laid their creations out on the street – handmade bracelets, earrings, necklaces, bangles, beads and all sorts of other stuff. Some play music, ...
... olives a chance and after that I was hooked. Spain is known for their olives and I have never been able to find such wonderful ones since.
June 8: Today started with a hike. It was a ridiculous group... there were like 15 of us and although I love everyone dearly, I was soooooo sick of being in a group and waiting for people and following people and what not...so I decided to break off with Stephanie and run ahead of the group so we could really ...