Today was great. I slept in until about 10. Being lazy was great after all the travel. Then I got ready and walked around the city. I went to the Corte Ingles (a department store of sorts) and bought breakfast. Then I walked up to where old Granada starts. I walked along the outer fortified wall of the Alhambra. The city of Granada originated as a Jewish area known as Garnata. Then in 1490 Isabel and Ferdinand made it the capital of the parts of Spain they had unified. Here is also where they were approached by Columbus for money to travel across the ocean. In the modern area of Granada there are shops of every imaginable type. I think it’s so the Spanish can support their shopping habit. I rarely see someone not carrying a bag. Then I got lost on the way to the Museum of Andalusian Memory. I wandered into a mall I found and bought a book on three major cultural influences in Spain (Jews, Arabs, Christians) and how they have lived together for centuries. I asked directions from the shop keeper and promptly got lost again. I went into a hotel and finally ended up in the right place. It was a neat museum, very interactive. They had videos that played using your body movements (like playing Kinect). They had pull out drawers and things you could feel and areas with models of cities and buildings.