Hotel Triunfo Granada
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... Apparently some of the caves can have up to 12 rooms!
On our second day in Granada, we went to the Alhambra where we spent the next 3 hours wandering through different sections. We started with the Nasrid Palace which was where Mohammad I, the first king of Granada, lived in the 1300s. The architecture and detail of the palace is astonishing! The intricacy of the patterns, and they have even carved a ...
... had tapas. LOTS of tapas. :D
I thought my friend Jose was to be there for tapas, but he was not so I made plans with him to get coffee the next day. He gave me a plaza to meet him at, but my planning was subpar and I ended up wandering around a little more than needed. I asked a random guy where "Hipercor" was after asking for Plaza Antonio (which was nothing near to what the plaza was actually called), and he pointed me in the right direction. If nothing else, my half ...
... walked back down the hill, such a lovely pleasant walk, the city was a buzz by lunchtime with lots of traditionally dressed kids and ladies, lots of big family groups going out for lunch all dressed up.
We met up with Julie and Gareth and then left Granada around 2pm to drive back to La Cala which is about a 2 hour drive.
... to earn a beer on arrival! I happened across the bohemian old part of town which had a very strong Moroccan/hippy feel to it. I couldn’t help thinking that Ashleigh would love it here. This part of town was beautiful and full of pleasurable visionary delights around each corner. Loads of hippies doing their thing, chilling, selling or just being, it was a lovely vibe.
As I wondered into other parts of town towards ...
... through the free parts first, including the baths, church and the palace of Charles V. It was on and off cloudy with some rain sprinkled in for good measure. Shortly before 2 we got in line for the Nasarid palaces. With storm clouds building we just got inside before a big deluge. Hard to describe in words how beautiful these palaces and their gardens are. We took lots of pictures and bought a book...