Carmen Del Cobertizo
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... who was an innovative and influential flamenco dancer who was born and grew up in Granada and died in Saville in 2008. Then off we went to the Alhambra to be ready for our viewing from 2pm, we started in the Nasrid Palaces, there we 3 to go in and look around Mexiuar, Comares and the Palace of Lions. In the Palaces we saw amazing masonry work, so complex and beautiful it was hard to imagine it had all been done by hand. Running water ...
... we felt like we were up in the clouds for the mountains were shrouded in fog. With no set menu for breakfast and with us speaking no Spanish and the waitress no English it was hilarious as Rod tried to order some eggs. Trying to explain to the bewildered waitress, Rod tucked his hands under his arms and started doing the chicken dance, she got the chicken bit, however moving on from the chicken to the egg was just too hard. Then they went and got their boss who ...
... from the weather and other predators. We walked deep into the caves, following a boardwalk and stone paths down, down into the depths. The air was warm and moist, and our walk was lit by spotlights at critical points.
After a quick snack for Meredith, and café con leche for the adults for a boost of energy, we set out for Alhambra, in the city of Granada. We were on a bit of a schedule, as we had ...
... There were plenty of warm blankets and I dove under the covers to try to get some sleep. Patrick put on most of his clothes and still looked cold.
Monday morning was warm and sunny, not a cloud in the sky and after emerging from the mountain of blankets we were ready to harvest olives. Jerome gave us two giant nets that were to be spread around a tree to catch the olives. Since there is not much level ground in this area one much put ...
... the Lions), which may have been the Harem. There are several other rooms, gardens and fountains, so this would have been a very calm and tranquil place to live. The palace visit exits to an area of terraced gardens, and a stairways lead from there back up to the entrance area. The Moorish architecture was elaborate and fascinating and it was interesting to imagine what life must have been like for those living there.
I had originally thought of ...