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... I pushed every ounce of energy out and we made a plan to go to a salsa dancing place that night. We found a place for dinner and ventured to a club on a Monday. Little did we know, it was a hopping place! I was feeling less than stellar, but happy none the less to hang out. Rachel got her dance on and I people watched.
The next day I didn't get up nearly as early as I had hoped and out the door even later than I wanted. But, I got out, into a cab and to Estacion ...
... walked around the whole Alhambra and then some (accidentally), and to all the street art sites and shops.
That evening we head to the Sacromonto caves where gypsies invented flamenco dancing. In a house built into the hill Los Tarantos we are entertained by a show. Great music and dancing. I would describe it as tap dancing on steroids. There is a lot of stomping alongside sad or aggressive or passionate emotions. It looked like it would be a great ...
... had 4 rounds of drinks, so therefore 4 different tapas plus olives at a little place called El Retiro that Cielo recommended, and it didn't fail to impress! What a great idea! Don't know how they stay in business giving away free tapas, but I guess the portion cost is probably very minimal. Being a Friday night, everywhere was packed to the rafters, and there are seriously hundreds of bars to choose from. We had planned to do a bit of a tapas bar hop, but in the end just stayed ...
... are much more prominent and well kept (although Islamic designers were often enlisted to construct Christian buildings throughout Spain). Even when walking through other the city, North African influence is apparent, from the foods to products sold in stores. Many stores include types of Moroccan leather and clothing native to Northern regions of Africa.
The remains of the Alambra, a ...
... br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">We met at plaza Nuevo and set off on one of the most strenuous walking tours I've been on- some are pretty much sitting tours- but not this one, we were sweating and puffing before too long. Granada as a city is rather hilly and full of narrow streets with a trillion steps. These steps are of an uneven height which wears you out even faster. This has a defensive mechanism. All the roads are ...