Granada Part Two

Our third and final day in Granada was a day entrenched in Spanish Catholic history, beginning at the cathedral where Ferdinand and Isabel (“the Catholic Kings” aka the husband and wife team that not only united a divided Spain, but sent Christopher Columbus to the New World) were buried. Arguably my favorite part of our weekend, the three of us were able to see their coffins in the crypt. It was really really awesome. We finished our last day walking through the Moorish neighborhood, people watching over coffee, padding through art museums, and trying not to dance along to the flamenco displays on the street. And again, lucky for you, Ole’ Cat’s camera looked like it had been through a pirate raid. Here is the booty:

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Best,

Kate and Amy, SL

Song of the Day: Agnes Obel | Riverside

Spanish Word of the Day: Boniato | Sweet potato

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2 thoughts on “Granada Part Two

  1. For crying out loud, I’ve been having withdrawls! I’m so glad to see these beautiful photos and see that you are having such a beautiful experience. Thanks for sharing! XOXO

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