Lemon trees overflow the little back alley ways. In other parts you'll find little courtyards with a fountain and an orange tree growing.
We made it all the way to the bottom of the ravine which separates the Albacine from the Alambra. Makes for a really nice early evening walk.
Ashley was pretty excited to be dining next to fire. As the sun goes down and the temperature drops, she is sure to stay warm.
We continued our progressive dinner and ordered some wine. This came with a tapa of fried fish and calamari. We have been here a week almost and still have no idea how tapas work. Anyone know? Sometimes you get one with drink, sometimes you don't. Sometimes you can order them, sometimes they get weirded out because you aren't getting a drink which comes with one for free. We have NO idea how Tapas in Spain work.
We ordered a serving of Gazpacho. I normally don't like tomato soup. However, this was great. I gladly helped Ashley finish.
Our main courses came. A traditional grenada meal of egg, lamb, chorizo sausage, potatoes, and blood sausage. Also got a yummy artichoke, ham, olive, tomato pizza.