Plaza Tourist Apartments of Hotel Plaza Nueva
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... in Granada, but I'm getting used to it. 4. Being artistic I've never been very good at drawing because I haven't spent much time trying. I get impatient and bored very easily. I'm used to a fast-paced life, and I've never been the "artsy" one. But the slow-paced life in Granada has made me slightly more patient - here I make signs, write on the chalkboard daily, draw funny/cute pictures. It's new for me and I like it. What I've learned: I might be one of the "artsy" ...
... store to buy water and talked to the Chinese owner for a few min , they are from Zhejiang and has been living here for 10 years doing small grocery business. I am so impressed with the Chinese people I met overseas in some exotic countries, they adopt and find a way to survive in a foreign environment , strange food and different culture and still live well, unlike some other groups just decided to beg and get on government subsidy. What ...
... and mine and Caitlin’s bedroom (we had to share a room). And on the top floor was my parents’ bedroom, and the living room. The house had 2 terraces, one big one and one small one. The larger terrace opened up into the dining room, and the smaller terrace opened up into the living room. From both of the Terraces, you could see the Alhambra, which I’ll talk about later.
Our house was just around the corner from this street filled with ...
... clean. I do have to have my headphones on from 11-1 pm,
blasting classical music to drown out the post dinner activity of the several
restaurants below my room. After an
over-priced, mediocre lunch my first day, I gave up and cooked at the apartment.
With the exception of Francesca’s jamon and tomato pa amb oli. This adorable
spot just over a stone bridge is in the shade on the small river Dario, and is
the perfect, ...
... city, it was modern, hip, vibrant, clean and progressive. With only such a short time in Madrid, it was merely a glimpse and whilst it would have been lovely to linger longer we were itching to hit the road and explore the countryside.
Our rental was a cute little VW Golf, which was very advanced compared to our Mazda at home. Now where is the hand brake, oh that would be that little button and oh what, it works automatically… wow that’s pretty ...