Let me start out this post with a word to the wise. Charge. Your. Camera. Battery. I thought that 2/3 full would sustain me and I was wrong so I’m very sad to say I don’t have as many pictures of the Alhambra in Granada Spain as I would like. However I was wide awake for our two hour bus ride from Málaga to Granada so got some countryside shots. After a 3 and a half hour tour we went into the city center and tapa hopped (grabbing 1 or 2 tapas at different restaurants). Then it was back to the bus for another little tiger snooze!
La Alhmabra in Granada, Spain.
A view of the houses with mountains in the background. Granada has over 239,017 residents.
The clouds started parting later in the morning.
Small towns sit at the bottom of the Sierra Nevada mountains.
The Sierra Nevada mountains between Málaga and Granada.
The courtyard of the Alhambra that incorporates gardens and fountains.
Alhambra, an old Muslim fortress and home for royalty.
Fountain in the Alhambra.
Main courtyard of the Alhambra.
Fountain in the courtyard.
Flower garden of the Alhambra.
Photo snapped while leaving Málaga.
Farmland on our way to Granada.
Inside of the main home of the Muslim king.
The only Christian building in the Alhambra complex.
Overview of the city of Granada from the tower in La Alhambra.