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... be the strange smell of weed that follows them. Are staying right on the small Darro river in the Albayzin area right across from the famous palace Alhambra, it is a valley formed from a glacier. The streets are so narrow, when the cars come through you squeeze to the side. It is Jewish, Islamic and Catholic all rolled in together and then the gypsies thrown in amongst it. You could stay here for ages just trying ...
... while in Murcia). We'd passed the Granada turnoff on our way to Almuria and travelled another 20 kms before deciding the direct route to Granada would probably be best (on this occasion anyway).
So we retraced our steps and re-entered the world of high-quality separated dual lane autovia's and whistled along with the rest of the traffic.
We passed through a variety of landscapes during the day with swathes of seemingly fertile land under heavy cropping ...
... a Moroccan restaurant, the other one 'suggested' to us by the lady in the street who had directed us to the place we ate the first night. At the Kasbah I order a vegetarian crepe, who knows what vegetables but thought I'd give it a chance and I was in luck, it was very good. Heather ordered meal with hummus, falafels and some sort of pastry dessert. I helped her with the huge order of hummus that appeared and then set to work on my crepe. I ...
... be clinging to the walls of the hill. The young art historian guide, took us through the patios, gardens and rooms but also through a labyrinth under the house that went down to China. Unbelievable. During the civil war, Rodrigues hid away there and painted. Being rich has advantages.
We are heading out tonight to a little restaurant near here hoping for some paella. No paella but a great Spanish meal with a view to boot.
A very good day.
... of arabic words still in the spanish language like sugar, Azucar. We had never even heard of the Alhambra before we read the Lonely Planet section on Spain - it never ceases to amaze me how much I don't know about all the hidden gems in Europe and how little I know about European history despite being a European! Between racing motorbikes and going to work, there never seemed much time for anything else! No regrets though...first ...