|The Sierra Navada from Camping Alto de Viñuelas|
|Proper autumn - deciduous trees|
|The area near the bus stop had a bohemian, studenty feel.|
|Like many Spanish cathedrals, Granada's dwarfs the neighbouring streets - its very tricky o photograph it.|
|Lovely squares around the cathedral|
|a mix of local and tourist shops|
|Mercado San Augustin has been rebuilt in a contemporary style, with great food stall, most with cafe's attached.|
|The area around the university centres on the the plaza of the Monasterio de San Jeronimo.|
|We stopped at a cafe here - Gill was very amused by something...|
Granada is an interesting mix of grandeur and grunge. It has gracious avenues full of modernista and late nineteenth century commercial buildings. Yet the alleys leading from them can be quite bohemian looking, covered in grafitti, some of which transcends the genre to become more permanent murals.
The Plaza Santa Ana is the focal point which links the old Arabic quarter of the Albayzin with the Alhambra on the opposite hill. In turn, the square leads into the Calle Reyes Catolicos, and the area around the Cathedral.
|Segway tours congregate in Plaza Santa Ana.|
|The Albayzin - a network of small alleys which formed the original Moorish city.|
Occassionally, a small gap in the closely packed houses affords a glimpse of the Alhambra