Spring Time in Granada, Spain, is beautiful.
Time to Smell the Roses. The garden beds that line the streets of the central district, overflow with rosy red identical flowers.
Time to photograph dazzling geraniums that splash themselves shamelessly against the white washed walls of the ALBAICIN. The old Jewish quarter on the hill.
Temperatures hover on a pleasant 25 degrees, and just when it gets a little too hot, a refreshing coolness drifts down from the snow capped Sierra Nevadas.
Spring is the perfect viewing time for the ALHAMBRA. Rest a while on an old stone wall within her fortifications, soaking up sun and coffee, before entering the delicious coolness of her Moorish Palaces.
Perfect also, to sip an alfresco wine or beer, just to delight in the savouring of tapas and people watching in the plaza.
Watch Jet trails criss-cross the endless blue skies like an enormous game of join the numbers.
Believe me – if you have not been to Granada, Spain, in Spring Time – you should!
Have a Fantastic Friday wherever you are.