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to watch a gypsy flamenco show
... will be ready in an hour. So we went on an exploration through the Albayzin area of the town. Once we took the washing back to the room, we found that we did have tickets so all was sweet again. We spent the rest of the day walking through the different parts of town and really enjoyed the architecture, the wandering and getting lost in the mazes of cobble streets. Was really like stepping into another ...
... It is decorated with many Roman murals featuring their gods and goddesses. In the gardens you can sit underneath the orange trees and contemplate the mixture of ornate architectural styles while water gurgles in the background.
Speaking of water, we found something that is probably as close as you can get to heaven on earth. The Arabic Baths. Take an hour and a half off from life and circle in between the cold, warm and ...
... capris and a tank top with a little jacket and be completely fine, even a little hot. Since David said he went to the same hill the day before, we were going to take the same trail and thought it was fine. But, when we got to a part of the trail where we were all scared we were going to fall down the side, we realized it was a different trail than he had taken and it was progressively getting worse. Somewhere we missed a turn. It started out climbing over fallen trees and under ...
... moat) to get to the winter palace. It was dry (the only darn thing that was dry), so I want to photo shop in some water and alligators.
Inside the palace itself the craftsmanship is astounding. The walls are decorated, the ceilings, the floors - you name it and it's art. There colors used are blue, yellow, green and red throughout in the tiles, in the carvings, everywhere and they are symbolic for the Moorish culture.
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