Carmen Del Cobertizo
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... for different teams, clubs or schools?) chased alongside, laughing and kibitzing. Another day it was giving myself a self-guided tour of El Call, the old Jewish quarter - and then stumbling on an Israeli tour group and doing it all over again with the tour guide's commentary and learning all kinds of new things I hadn't known before. Or back in Aix, when Avi and I followed music notes in the night and chanced on a midnight milonga filled with couples passionately ...
The Alhambra is probably one of the most famous buildings on the planet, and it absolutely lives up to the hype. Its archetypal Islamic architecture combines a massive fortress, graceful palaces with beautiful Moorish interior design, stunning gardens and peaceful fountain-filled patios, all in the shadow of the snowcapped Sierra Nevada mountains. It's definitely one of the most impressive manmade structures I've ever seen, and a real highlight of ...
... and found a couple of small markets to purchase supplies. We were intimidated enough in the first one that we turned around and left. All the goods were stored behind a long counter, much like a pharmacy. After you made yourself known amid the horde, you gave a verbal list to the store clerk who fetched your supplies. None of us felt confident enough with our Spanish to produce a list on the fly. Thankfully we found another shop where we could shop more ...
Tomorrow being a long transition day we arose at 8 this morning to check our exit strategy. We have to get to the station early, so need to check whether there will be cabs at the nearby taxi rank; plan B, where is the number 33 bus stop on Gran Via? That established, we had breakfast out in a regular Granada institution on the Gran Via (love the fresh orange juice served everywhere) and walked off into the Realejo, the Jewish quarter, to look at craftsmen's workshops. It was too ...
... carefully mark the spot with a waymark on my GPS - if for any reason I have to come back this way, I've got to find this spot again because there aren't any alternatives and it isn't obvious from above. The scramble continues to the summit, with a good deal less difficulty - I'm almost walking normally by the time I get there.
From this subsidiary summit, I can see all the way along the ridge to the very top. It doesn't look too bad - there's a second subsidiary summit, then ...