While visiting Spain, I found myself with two extra days between my visit to Ribera del Duero in the north and Sevilla in the south. There were so many places that I wanted to go as I hadn't been to Spain in many many years. Looking at the map, Granada seemed like the perfect place to go for a couple days and it was the best decision I made.
From the moment I got into a taxi at the train station, I began to fall in love with Granada. It was 10pm at night and the city was alive. People were walking along the streets and the lights were lit up (afterall, it was early December so the holiday season was in full swing).