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Calle Virgen del Rosario, 9, 18009 Granada, Spain
If you are living on tapas alone (as I did for many months upon arriving in Granada) you might be operating under the false impression that Andalusian cuisine is not that great. Do yourself a favor and make a reservation at La Oliva. It's not a...
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Albaicín, Granada, Spain
Visiting Granada? Forget the Alhambra and its divine proportions. Scope out some more humble digs in the Caves of San Miguel Alto, a rugged area just outside the city that houses over 200 hippies. That's right: they're cave dwellers. If you're...
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Calle Primavera, 23, 18008 Granada, Spain
You may know Granada for the spectacular Alhambra palace, but chances are you didn’t know about the Granada province LAW that every bar, cafe or restaurant is required to give customers a FREE Tapa with purchase of beverage. This is The Best part...
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Calle Real de la Alhambra, s/n, 18009 Granada, Spain
A visit to Granada, Spain isn't complete without a stop at the Alhambra. The Moorish architecture, robust gardens, and stunning views of Granada combine to make a truly memorable experience. Start your day with a tour of the Generalife Gardens....
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Camino Nuevo de San Nicolás, 28, 18010 Granada, Spain
Arguably the best view in Granada (even better than the one from the Alhambra) is from the Plaza de San Nicolas. Here you get a full, stunning image of the Alhambra that can't be beat. There's also usually a diverse crowd of tourists and locals...
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Carrera del Darro, 13, 18010 Granada, Spain
There are many places to view Flamenco in Granada. There are large shows in Sacramonte that cost 25-35 Euros and have a flare for showing the dramatics and storytelling of the dance, and there are shows that have no dance and play in dark...
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Plaza de Santo Domingo 'El Antiguo', s/n, 45002 Toledo, Spain
I took a train from Madrid to Toledo, Spain. I have several photos to share with you from the trip, and will do so soon; but for now, I want to introduce you to Maria and Lucia of Mamagula. I was traversing the steep, narrow brick roads, heading...
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Toledo, Spain
Spain definitely loves to cach in on their favorite author, Cervantes. If you don't see a statue of him in a Spanish town, then you'll probably see one of his most famous character, Don Quoxite. Personally, I love the fact that they celebrate...