Granada is most famous for being the home of the Alhambra (which is where all but a few of the photos below were taken). We also shared a memorable night with Jose, a local gentleman who insisted on showing us the local bar scene. Before you jump to any conclusions, let's just say Jose told me he was sixty ... and then laughed. Because he was definitely older than that. Also, he spoke zero English, so my siblings and I got really good at our conversational Spanish that evening. (Or at least we felt like we were really good from all the vodka-tonics he kept feeding us.) Unfortunately, I don't have any pictures of that night (just videos haha), but I had to share that story. Meeting locals is definitely the best way to party!
Although the Alhambra is definitely more well known than the Alcazar palace in Seville, I think I liked the Alcazar better. For those of you who saw my photos of the Alcazar two weeks ago (or have visited these places in person!), I'm curious to know: Which do you think is prettier?
Ronda is one of the "white villages" of Andalusia, and the most famous in the Malaga province. Its main attraction is the Plaza de Toros, one of the oldest bullrings in Spain (and the world). We stopped by for just an evening after our time in Granada before catching a train from Ronda to Madrid. Be sure to check back next Tuesday for more about Madrid. :)
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