Postcards from Granada

Our last full day in Granada. A taxi ride took us to the hills just beyond the city.

Views, always views, then a country walk down towards the town.

An unscheduled meeting with a flamenco – dancing legend: more of that tomorrow.

Sacromonte – an area of long-inhabited and quirky caves. A convivial and cheap set of tapas for a late lunch.

A teteria, or teahouse, to sample teas and sticky Arab pastries.

A quick trog up in the direction of the Alhambra to visit the Carmen de los Martires and its cool garden. Will that do? We’re not done yet. More tomorrow……..

Author: margaret21

I'm retired and living in North Yorkshire, where I walk as often as I can, write, volunteer, and travel as often as I can.

20 thoughts on “Postcards from Granada”

  1. Oh yes, I’ll have some of the Arab sticky pastries – mmm very tasty, especially for those of us with a sweet tooth. Looks like you’ve had gorgeous weather too, hope it holds for your last day.

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  2. Are they drinking tea in Granda? Really? Those teapots look ‘serious business’ – beaten and indestructible with their screwed on lids… that’s what I should have on my beautiful pewter and porcelaine English teapots. It screams holiday from every photo and I’m getting a bit envious, I have to admit.
    Surely, if the weather would get better again, that would help my moral too!

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