Possibly the best place we’ve been to during this whole trip. We rented an air b&b for almost nothing in the wonderful neighborhood of Albaicín. The neighborhood made me think if Puerto Viejo in Algorta. All white little houses connected to one another.
Last night we parked the car up the hill and found the house we were staying at. The owner Anna greeted us and opened the doors to a beautiful house that dates back to the 1300’s. The neighborhood itself was inside the wall created when the city lived under the Catholic king and queen. You can still see the wall built around the city and the actual archways to get in and out.
We ate our meat, cheese, bread and drank our wine. There was a plaza around the corner we took a bottle of wine to and were able to meet two locals – Richard and Adolfo. They were two super cool guys that ended up giving us great tips on places to visit while in Granada. We listened to a group of their friends play flamenco on their guitars and hung out with Adolfo and Richard. We headed back home and woke up late the next morning…