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... we walked to the Sacromonte. This is where the Gypsies settled hundreds of years ago in caves. They are now extended and built out, so you can't see much unless you go in one, and we didn't. It was a lovely walk. More interesting were the caves, actual caves, across the way. They looked to be occupied by hippies. So strange to see.
We only managed two bars for drinks and tapas. It was delicious none-the-less.
Next stop Ronda and Seville.
... streets are all set on steep angles and surrounded by tall white buildings and flowers. The residents are all extremely friendly and instantly make you feel welcome. Our hostel, called Makuto, was set on a hillside and fully stocked with hammocks, tree houses, a tiki bar, and lots of gorgeous trees. Our room was great, with our own bathroom and kitchen, which is quite the luxury for hostel living.
Our first day was spent getting to know the city. It isn't a ...
... mountains not dissimilar to the Nevada / Grand Canyon scenery in the US, and now we continue on the motorway towards the coast, passing the odd town, old castle ruins on top of a hill, and of course the bright blue Mediterranean to our right (not far from the island of Ibiza – NO we’re not going there!). The motorways in Spain are fantastic, although tolls are pricey, as is petrol at 1.45 per litre. We thought we had it bad in Oz, but when you convert that from Euro ...
... white-washed yet generously proportioned houses, past pretty squares with outdoor cafes. Our destination was the San Nicholas terrace where a magnificent view of the Alhambra fortress in front of the snow of Sierra Nevada came upon us. A few colorful gypsy performers started singing and banging the instruments. One realizes how fortunate one must be to live in this town; and what drove Ferdinand and Isabella to want to be buried here.
... because now Larry is not feeling well either. So we have 3 hours to ourselves. It is cold and grey outside and we are far from the downtown so we are just staring in the room until it is time to go to supper. Larry and Derek slept for two hours while I blogged and looked at emails and played Free Cell.
We left for supper about 7:00 and took the bus into downtown Granada. Our destination was Restaurante Paco Martin. We had to ...