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... on the inside throwing up clouds of orange dust. And when the road on the other side was clear, double overtaking occurred. When things settle down on the race for a space game, we got to look out at the scenery. Something that was interesting to see were a number of wedding reception tents, set up by the side of the road. An open marquee, beautifully decorated in bright colours, with some mats that the guest chairs are placed on. Incredible, when you ...
... pounds), intricate hand
carved wood or marble with gold accents everywhere, painted murals on the
ceilings, huge tapestries on the walls or priceless paintings from the masters, & the finest
marble flooring. In one room instead of wallpaper it is decorated with
porcelain decorations from ceiling to floor. To try and recreate one of the
signature rooms today I am sure it would
cost millions and employ dozens of trades people ...
... world travelers and are interesting people. Someone suggested we go for gelato so we got our money and headed out. I got a cup with pineapple and kiwi gelato. Yummy! I was pretty tired and my legs were tired so I figured I would make it an early night. Just then as we were standing on the street corner watching the police presence, Nygil and Amanda appeared and invited us to go along while they checked out a new tapas bar. We had just learned that the King of Spain had ...
... of rain after our tour of the Nasrid palaces to listen to information about some of the areas we didn’t make it to. He did however, manage to get back down to the city before realising he had forgotten to hand the audio tour back in so we had to go all the way back up the hill to retrieve his ID from the main reception.
For our evening meal we went back up to the Mirador de San Nicolas to the Restaurantes Estrellas de San Nicolas. This is not a budget eatery by any ...
... a las Sacromonte. It was a cool little place, but i think the best part for me was the kitten. He was so playful and adorable! The caves were interesting but there were not a lot and one cave looks like the next. Still happy I went!
Tonight I met with some ladies from the Intercambio (language exchange). We grabbed a cold beverage and chatted, them in English me in Spanish. It was a riot all around!
Tomorrow is Lagos!
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C/C1-22. El Puntal, Padul | B&Bfrom $66