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... is ancient, but our room is comfortable with beautiful views of the near-by Alhambra, which will occupy most of our day tomorrow.
We ended the day with a delicious shared seafood paella preceded by an unusual salad composed of watercress, marinated mushrooms, Parmesan cheese, figs and surprisingly, corn. Mugs of local beer for three of us and white wine for Lana completed the meal. It marked the end of a good day. ...
... nontheless. Nearby is another indoor food market where we look at interesting meat stalls, fish stalls, some fruit stalls, etc. But we find no prepared or easy to take food to inspire a picnic lunch. So on down the street to find a restaurant for some lunch. Sangria and tapas, yum! Kiddos had some delicious french fries since they are less adventurous in the eating department. Lunch was satisfying.
Refueled, we head to the bus stop for ...
... who narrated in 3 languages, Spanish, English and German) was particularly
impressed with the sophisticated system of water circulation that Moors build
at the palace and pointed it out several times. The palace is divided into two
main areas, the Summer Palace sits on a higher ground. This is where the royals
would typically stay during hot summer months of Granada as well as during the
Muslim holy month of Ramadan. This area ...
... a taste of the third religion of the day. After this walking tour ended, we had several hours of free time to wander the city, shop, and grab some lunch. At about 3:30pm, we caught the high speed train from the Cordoba station and arrived back in Madrid in just an hour and a half. I got back to my apartment in Alcala with plenty of time to spare before dinner. This weekend was jam-packed but in a fantastic way. Andalusia is often thought of as one of the most ...
... the Albaycin. We passed by an impromptu street performance of gypsy music, and stopped for mint tea at one of the teterias. The mint is fresh, and really opens your eyes. On Tuesday we ate at Sultan, a Moroccan restaurant, where I had lemonade with mint. Wow! Talk about minty - I think they threw the mint and lemonade in a blender. Amazing. The meal we had was also amazing. Chicken, onions and almonds in a ...
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