The drive was beautiful once we got closer to Granada.
Renae’s friend Emily. These two are just a few months a part so they were pretty entertaining to be around.
Renae fell in love with Emily’s stroller and baby-doll. You’ll be seeing more of pictures like this . . .
Seriously-she loved that thing.
This game has numerous names but we learned it as Corn Hole. It was so much fun to place this with Joanna and Martin’s neighbor. By the way . . . Spaniards in the south have a southern accent too. Instead of hearing: “Pues, dame estos platos.” You will hear: “Pue dame eto plato.” Go figure.
We are super strong Corn Hole players
Martin attempts to win this round. He didn’t.
Renae decided Gonzalo needed help collecting the bean bags.
“For the last time! THIS is how you pick them up!”
We liked them better than Madrid churros. (That’s a flat Stanley I’ll explain in a later post.)
Emily and Renae decided to check out the fountain inbetween bites of chocolate covered fried dough.
cool bazaar was in a really old part, and I believe it was part of the Arab old town. Granada is home to “La Alhambra” which is an old famous Muslim fortress.