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Travel Blogs from Granada
... to take away, not to mention the photogenic beauty of the surrounding scenery. This is a city of character.
Just as the Arab world has left an impact on Granada, so have the people I have met along my travels. I leave Granada, among other cities, with a better understanding, but perhaps it’s not where we go, but who we meet along the way that is what traveling is really about. Besides, what are we without others?
My homestay is very close to the city's center and I am close to the river. It's extremely easy for me to walk between my apartment and places I need to get to around Granada. I've been taking a taxi to a lot of places at night because I felt safer doing that but after some new friends showed me around a bit more, I felt comfortable walking around. That will definitely save me a few euros! Our apartment has marble floors, like most of the ...
This city provided us with the taste of Moroccan cuisine and culture we had been craving. Originally when planning our Easter break travels, we thought of catching the ferry from the south of Spain over to Tarifa, Morocco but after talking with some friends we were advised it wouldn't be the safest trip for 3 foreign white girls to take alone. The Alhambra was breathtaking! We spent the day wandering through the impeccably groomed gardens, admiring all the fountains and Mosque ...
... the older parts of the city. On sunday before we left the city we went to one of the oldest parts of the city called El Alhambra. It was once a small arabian city with an ancient Palace that has been preserved. We walked around the gardens and houses throughout the city and were also able to check out the Fort and Palace as well. Overall it was a really fun weekend and it was great to be able to be around so much ...
... bo juz nastepnego dnia moj gospodarz zaoferowal mi pomoc w dotarciu do El Pardal - mojego kolejnego celu lezacego w prostej linii z 10km od miasta, ale praktycznie jedzie sie tam kretymi drogami z 50km, albo wspina przez kilka godzin.
Kiedy dotarlismy do wjazdu na gore okazalo sie, ze calosc jest zasypana sniegiem i samochodem nie da rady. Tu sie pozegnalismy o 18:30 i dalej ruszylem na piechote, majac przed soba (jak myslalem) 9km drogi, w wiekszosci pod ...
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