When I was about 12 years old, I used to make fun of my Australian foreign exchange-student neighbors because they would chase squirrels trying to take pictures of them.
Since I’ve been in Spain, it’s been a running joke of how ‘obsessed’ I am about the “Adoquines” or cobble-stone streets. But can you blame me? I think the only place we have them is in New York, and even there, it’s only for a few special streets.
At the beginning of this trip, I was super-stoked to see that Granada was the KING of Adoquines. Brick & stone layered streets EVERYWHERE you looked. And if not – the sidewalks were made of MARBLE. Yeah, awesome place to say the least!
By the end of the day, my (and Ana’s) feet were not fans of the Adoquines. But all the walking was worth it, because this town definitely had some AMAZING views and the Alhambra was one of the coolest palaces I’ve ever seen. When we got there, it actually started snowing (pictured below), but I think that actually added to the experience.
Here are some of the pics from the trip!