Tagged: Granada

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Souvenirs from Granada

There is nothing like some souvenirs from Granada as a momento to reminisce your visit to one part of this amazing Andalusia region. The perfect place to get your souvenirs from Granada is none other than Alcaiceria. Initially, Alcaiceria is an area of streets between Plaza Nueva and Plaza Bib-Rambla...

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Albayzin – Part 3

Today (our third and the last day in Granada), we tried another route up to Albayzin. We walked towards Puerta de Elvira from Calle Elvira. We stopped in front of a little iglesia or chapel and replenished our water. I told my husband that my conventional parents would scold me...

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Albayzin – Part 2

Continuing my post on Albayzin – Part 1,where I have left it pretttty long because of my time constraint and etc. Yeah…an excuse..hehe. I better start writing about it before it is gone from my memory. We walked up to the area where many Moroccan sellers selling similar type of...

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3D2N Cheap Granada Budget

Credit:Freeimages Almost cheap…but we are married so we decided not to stay at double decked dormitory style. We left that to the young and the dangerous. Hehehe..For myself, been there and done that and for now, we just want to enjoy ourselves. Our whole budget listed below: ACCOMMODATION 84.00 euro...

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Lunch at El Ladrillo, Granada

We had lunch at El Ladrillo II twice! The first was after Friday prayer (15th August 2014) and we were quite famished! The prayer finished at about 3 pm and yeahh…we always have our lunch pretty late. I’m kinda get used to it now. After checking out all the other...

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Albayzin – Part 1

Ahhh… *sigh* a lovely place, my Albayzin. My only two grudges are..the pebble-paved road and the dog’s ^^. So many dog shit…a statistic says that there are about 4.8 million dogs against 40 million people living in Spain. Not a shocker there. I have nothing against dogs as I love...

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Breakfast in Granada

Alhambra Churreria Chocolateria at Plaza Romanilla. Breakfast in Granada is not much difference in Madrid or Cordoba where I had them before. It is either churros or porras, barra con aceite de oliva, barra con aceite de oliva y tomate puro and the infamous morning drink – café con leche (café...

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Alhambra

Our trip to Alhambra was on the 16th of August, 2014 (Saturday). Weather was…clear and hot! ^^ First and foremost, book your ticket to Alhambra online! Get it at TicketMaster. It is a must!! You don’t want to be disappointed when you reach the ticket counter at Alhambra and be...

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Olive Farm near Alhambra, Granada

I have always dreamed to go to an olive farm. Around this time, my wish is finally granted and I got to see an olive farm near Alhambra in Granada. Do you know that Spain is the number one olive oil producer in the world? Check out the statistic here....

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Granada Mosque

Our first day in Granada was on Friday, the 15th of August 2014. We purposely booked a weekend getaway from Madrid to coincide with Friday prayer time…so we could have a chance to pray at Mezquita de Granada (in Spanish) or Granada Mosque. Alhamdulillah, Allah granted our wish. As usual,...

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Granada Cathedral

This picture of Granada Cathedral was taken at around 8.00 am on 15th of August 2014. Very bright sky and hot summer in Granada. It reached 37 degree Celsius in the afternoon and walking outside in that weather almost toasted us. ^^ Since we could only checked in at 10.30...

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LAC Bus in Granada

The LAC bus service is pretty new in Granada city. It just started on 29th June 2014 and LAC is the abbreviation for ‘Linea de Alta Capacidad’. More info here (in Spanish). SN1 bus from Granada bus station. Hence I was surprised that we needed to transfer to another type...