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Tag Archives: Granada
It does happen: people that visit Andalusia without seeing the Alhambra, as they didn’t order tickets, weren’t aware of its beauty, or even it’s excisting. For the latter here a short description: The Alhambra (Arabic: Al-Hamra, literally ‘the red one’), the … Continue reading
If you’ve ever mixed up the Caribbean island of Grenada and the Spanish city of Granada, you’re not alone. Apparently even airline officials — whose JOB it is to know things like this — have made the mix-up, too. American … Continue reading
It has been far too long ago since we were in Granada. Time constraints….and we are a bit more focused on Sevilla, mainly for practical reasons. But every time a guest returns from a day trip to the ‘Moorish Jewel’ … Continue reading