Andalucia Day One

Survived the 5 hour bus ride to Andalucia today! The scenery was actually beautiful the whole way there, so it wasn't bad at all. We started our trip in Granada, which has a wonderful collection of eclectic souvenir shops as well as shops that specialize in all sorts of tea. These stores smell absolutely incredible and have some of the most unique tea options I've ever heard of. We toured a few cathedrals and spent some time walking around, then for dinner we took a long (uphill) stroll to an overlook on the Alhambra, where we go tomorrow, and ended up at the most amazing little restaurant. It was high up one of the hills of Granada and the garden terrace was something straight out of a romance movie. Duke treated us to wine, tapas, entrees, and dessert, and all of it was amazing. 

 

Una tortilla española para almorzar.

Una tortilla española para almorzar.

La capilla de Fernando y Isabel. 

La capilla de Fernando y Isabel. 

Las calles De Granada.

Las calles De Granada.

Una tienda de té.

Una tienda de té.

La Alhambra. 

La Alhambra. 

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