Who wouldn't want to go into a store with suits of armor outside of it? They would have had me (and actually my friend come to think of it) at Middle Ages (what Medievo in the sign about the shop means)! Katherine and I both took history and English classes with medieval themes while we were in college.
Katherine said that the shop sold dried fruits and...té, which means tea in Spanish!
(wall of tea)
Close ups of tea:
(Tea, Flower of Granada. Green Tea (Sencha) with Granada flowers--I think this means flowers from a pomegranate tree).
(Tea, Breeze of the Orient. Green and Black tea with vanilla and a cocktail of fruits).
Such gorgeous and delicious looking teas! In baskets!! Katherine shared these pictures on Facebook, and I'm a smidgen jealous of her tea experience, so I asked if I could take part vicariously by sharing it on the blog.
Now I want to find this market in Grenada, Spain!