Monthly Archives: October 2014

More photos of Granada

These are some great photos I found on the Internet. They give an idea of the feel and magic of the city. This is right in the city center. This river separates the old part of the city to the … Continue reading

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Stag nights in Spain

One tradition  I wasn’t aware of involves all the groom’s friends dressing up in the same outfit. We have seen groups dressed as bullfighters and other characters. These guys were with Aladdin (not in the picture). Every Saturday we have … Continue reading

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Time in Granada

We’ve both fallen in love with this city. I visited it when I was young but never got to know it like I have now. Like most places I have seen these past few months, it has modernized without losing … Continue reading

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A day trip to Guadix

Another place that was new to me, about an hour’s drive east of Granada. Look it up and read about it. Thousands of cave houses, and caves once inhabited by cavemen.

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Day in Nerja

I had never been to the Balcón de Europa. It was full of tourists. It is a truly beautiful spot. The statue is of King Alfonso XII, who christened  it the Balcón de Europa during a visit in the late … Continue reading

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Back to the future

As a young man, I assumed  would spend a lot of my life in Spain. After “best laid plans” and all that, it didn’t happen. I ended up much further away from home. Well, this year unexpected things occurred and … Continue reading

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