A cafe at Madrid airport, where we caught our connecting flight. This was the coolest airport in the world.
Welcome to Granada! You look like you could use a Cerveza.
Brilliant colors are everywhere.These fabrics were hanging outside a small shop.
A former stronghold of Moorish Spain, Granada is a charming city to explore by foot.
The streets of Granada: Old World, walkable, welcoming.
The streets of Granada: alive, eclectic, inspiring.
The streets of Granada: intriguing, exotic, inviting.
Granada is nestled in the foothills of the snowcapped Sierra Nevada.
Like I said, the beautiful colors are everywhere.
Selling spices and teas in an open market.
Another view of our favorite cafe.
Church bells seem to ring constantly. A very pretty sound.
The Moorish influence is strong in Granada. This was one of our favorite sections of the city.
The shopkeepers stand in front of their stores to welcome you in.
Jade loved to shop in Moorish Granada.
Yep, you can even buy a good sword here.
The cobblestone streets were fun to explore.
Heading up the hill in the old quarter, you see the snow-capped mountains.
A small courtyard provided shade and refreshment.
Even the laundry likes to be outside here.
A hotel at the top of the hill provided a spectacular view overlooking the city.
Ahhh, such a view of the city below.
Out for a stroll on the streets of Granada.
The streets are really narrow, so motorcycles are everywhere.
The mix of Moorish and Christian influences makes Granada unique.
The square leading up to the beautiful Renaissance cathedral.
Inside the Cathedral, which is famous for its breathtaking gold-and-white interior.
The Cathedral was started in 1521 and completed in 1714.
View overlooking Alhambra, which has been called the most remarkable fortress ever constructed.