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Travel Blogs from Padul
Today was our mini vacation day meaning we weren't up and out at the crack of dawn. Breakfast was at 8:30 and we didn't leave until 11:00. It was nice especially in such a beautiful place. Of course Franci and I are not late sleepers. She was up and out as I got up at 7:00 am (late for me). We both wandered through the gardens. They are more extensive than we saw yesterday. It was hard to leave such a beautiful place. Back on the bus we headed for some hill towns. ...
... It was a really good camera but turned out it was a scuba diving guy's camera so unfortunately we had to give it back. Later we went to a garden and helped water plants and even got cactus spikes stuck in my hand. How great... We ended up watching tv later that night and I was going to watch a ✳'new' episode of "New Girl" at 11:45 but it isn't even worth watching tv ...
... of the road and as far as you can see, are olive trees with a backdrop of the snowcapped Sierra Nevada mountains. It was a really beautiful sight.
On the way we stopped at Jaen, a picturesque town with steep winding streets testing the GPS and Paul - both passed with flying colours. The town looks incongruous with the snowy mountains in the background and palm trees lining the streets. Everywhere we went there were stunning views over the ...
... came at the worst time! Leaving for Budapest/Vienna tomorrow night at 1am couldn't be worst timing! We have some LONG days of traveling coming up in the next 5 days.. hopefully I kick it with NyQuil and my 1L water bottle. Everything is in line for the trip so it's time to get some rest and gear up for a long weekend of walking, eating, river cruising, wine tasting, and opera going! I'll be sure to post when I get back and take tons of pictures!
... little lanes, hookah shops and hippies with their dogs.
We took a taxi to the Sacromonte caves on the hillside. These are man-made caves and home to the gypsies of Granada. Of course, when we reached there we couldn't enter the actual caves, but saw an extremely manicured cave museum on their life.We then walked back around the hill to a beautiful viewpoint called the San Nicolas point. This is a ...
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