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... store to buy water and talked to the Chinese owner for a few min , they are from Zhejiang and has been living here for 10 years doing small grocery business. I am so impressed with the Chinese people I met overseas in some exotic countries, they adopt and find a way to survive in a foreign environment , strange food and different culture and still live well, unlike some other groups just decided to beg and get on government subsidy. What ...
... access. Then afterwards, wander leisurely through the beautiful gardens.
* Get tickets on line ahead of time
* Go early
* Try to get a large information map in English (they aren't easy to find)
* Allow plenty of time -- it took us 4 hours to see it all!
* Personally, I would avoid the tours because it seemed like they were rushed
* Expect crowds
* Spend the night in Old Granada, and be sure to see the Alhambra at night; it's ...
... I think I'll skim the rest of this entry and just look at the pictures.” Well too bad, I'm not giving you any pictures, instead let me tell you something. It has been 6 months since our clothes have been washed in a washing machine with detergent. 6 months. This is therefore super exciting for me. To give you some context, in countries like India and Morocco coin laundries and ...
Granada. One of the later Spanish cities to have been conquered by the Catholic Monarchs, but perhaps one where the Moorish Arabic influence has remained the strongest. The city of La Alhambra.
Arriving at 10pm at night, the place felt like a quiet sleepy town, not at all as large and bustling as Seville did. However, in our two-day sojourn in Granada, we managed to pack in quite a bit. Here are some of our highlights:
1. Sacromonte and Abaycin. San Nicholas and ...
... ledge, and soaked in the local musician's flamenco inspired music, reminiscent of the Gypsy Kings songs my dad raised me on. This was honestly one of the best moments of the trip thus far. That night, after a visit to the historic caves, my closest friends on this trip and I explored the city in search of souvenirs and food. After a fortunate encounter with a Moroccan inspired souvenir shop-owner who owned the Moroccan restaurant across the street, we ...