Vincci Seleccion Rumaykiyya
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- Continental Breakfast
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... I almost burst into tears, but didn't, but I did drop my head like a sad dog, totally defeated. There was no way that this box of knives was going anywhere that day. Well then. That was that. I looked up. I handed her the box. 'For you. A gift.' She looked stunned and protested. 'No, I have no choice. Please. I must return to Australia on the train.' She was nonplussed. I turned and left, and ran all the way back to the station, to find that we had just missed the second ...
... Rick Steves" name on Maria's menu board. Both of us remembered Maria from Rick's travel book " Europe Through the Back Door" or from 1 of his dvd's. We popped our head in and told Maria we knew Rick. She was delighted and we told her we would come back for dinner. We continued on our walk to another large square with views from a higher elevation. There were about 50 people gathered at the vista to admire the fortress Alhambra. Just ...
... squares. We enjoyed an evening out and stayed at a B&B right in the heart of town. In the AM we picked up our rental car and spent an hour checking out the Arts and Sciences complex ( see pictures). This whole area was designed by Santiago Calatrava - another very famous, and still living, Spanish architect. He recently designed the Peace Bridge that crosses the Bow River in Calgary. Very interesting buildings which, in my view, looked better from ...
Granada! Home of the incredibly impressive Alhambra, with its gardens, fort, and multiple palaces and courtyards. We spent a nice long afternoon exploring. It was extremely hot, and teeming with people. Also, as Andrew's camera was broken the quality of the pictures he got with my little waterproof point and shoot were not up to his standards.Other than that, and the oppressive heat, and the mild fabulous-fort fatigue that we're beginning to feel, the entire place ...
... tapas bar, flamenco..
From Sacromonte there is a great view of the town and Alhambra. Just getting there is a nice walk through old buildings and small streets.
Alhambra is a must-do in Granada. Unfortunately I did not because it’s the most popular attraction and you need to reserve tickets in advance.