Granada

My time in Granada wasn’t the most exciting in the world, if we’re being honest. Full of rich culture and history, I decided to skip the cultural enrichment and get cafe con leche with Julie and relax in a cafe that has free wifi. Go see the Alhambra? No, I’ll have a 3 hour lunch in the park instead. Granada has a nice, slow, peaceful vibe, and I needed a break.

However, Julie did take me on some really great walks which enabled me to see some of this beautiful city.

The Alhambra by day
The Alhambra by day
Street art by 'El Niño de las Pinturas'
Street art by ‘El Niño de las Pinturas’

To see more about ‘El Niño de las Pinturas’, check out Julie’s post.

The snowy Sierra Nevadas
The snowy Sierra Nevadas
A view of Granada
A view of Granada
In the garden of the Alhambra, such a nice park
In the garden of the Alhambra, such a nice park
Granada = Pomegranate... this is the pomegranate fountain
Granada = Pomegranate… this is the pomegranate fountain
The Alhambra by night
The Alhambra by night

Maybe one day I can go back to Granada to be a tourist…. or maybe I’ll just go back and have some more cafe con leche.

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