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Eat for free in Granada


Went straight out around Granada. Saw the amazing Cathedral with photos to follow. Also saw the royal palaces where King Ferdinand & Queen Isabella are buried. It is an amazing mix of Arabic, Christian and Jewish heritage across the whole of Granada. In the afternoon had Egyptian tea in one of the many Arabic tea houses. Where you can also smoke fruit tobacco throught one of the Arabic pipes if you choose. One can also walk around the town and stop every two minutes to take photos as there is something special on every corner. In the evening I went to some of the bars. I ordered one beer and the person at the bar said ´no I give you free food´. Needless to say, this was a great night with my first taste of the true tapas tradition.

Posted by pauly7334 02:20 Archived in Spain

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