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... or cooling is necessary. Most of today's cave-dwellings are well-appointed, like any other Spanish home, and some are even quite luxurious, with marble floors, fitted kitchens, faxes and internet connections. The facade of the houses are externally viewed, but the rest of the house is built underground. We then visited the area of the Alhambra region. After this visit, we booked into our hotel at 6pm. Had time for a ...
Most of our time today was spent in travel from Barcelona to Granada. We began with an hour- and-a-half plane ride from Barcelona to Madrid, where we picked up our rental car from the airport. The luggage for all four of us just fit in the trunk of the car with little room to spare, although we were all traveling in a minimalist fashion.
The semi-crisis of the day occurred when the Garmin GPS system that we were ...
... to explore the city before visiting its calling card. We set out first thing to explore our hostel's neighborhood, the atmospheric Albayzin, the historic Moorish district directly across the river from the Alhambra. Unlike in many other Andalusian cities, Islam remained a presence in Grenada even after the Nasrid sultan surrendered the city to Ferdinand and Isabella in 1492 (thus completing the Reconquista and ending Moorish rule in al-Andalus). ...
... my homework in advance and I have participated in all the extra credit assignments that have been offered to the class. It is absolutely amazing to me that I am getting so much done here! However, many of my friends who studied abroad did mention copious amounts of down time, which is when my homework and studying gets done.
Today, I signed up to volunteer at a church where I will teach children English and spend time with them after school. I am so excited to be a part ...
... lost and it was pouring rain. Needless to say, some people started to see my not-so-happy side.
Monday was our seņora's daughter's birthday! We thought there was going to be a party because our seņora was so dressed up and had a ton of makeup on. We decided to actually get ready for once and look presentable. When dinner came around, it was only the 4 of us for dinner again. Nos vidas somos bromas. (Our lives are jokes).
Tuesday we got to play soccer with our ...