Tapas in Granada

Warning: food pictures ahead. Tapas… Granada… it’s a combination that just makes sense. Apparently tapas were invented in Granada – whether that is true or not, I’m not quite sure – and this is one of few cities in Spain that still maintain the old, time honoured tradition of a free snack with your drink.... Continue Reading →

Granada

I am a huge fan of Anthony Bourdain. I’ve read his books, watched his TV shows and have, generally, been amused by his antics. I was a bit surprised, yet intrigued, when he switched networks to CNN and episodes of Parts Unknown started airing. Season 2, Episode 2 – simply titled “Spain” – was one... Continue Reading →

The Alhambra

Granada is home to what is, apparently, Spain’s most visited national monument: The Alhambra. Its life started as a small fortress in the 9th century until being rebuilt and expanded by the Moorish kings, starting in the 11th century. It was further expanded during the “Reconquista” – the time immediately preceding the Moorish period, when... Continue Reading →

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