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Yesterday we packed up and left Granada to drive to Malaga. We took a detour to a town at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, driving through Lanjaron and Orgiva to get to Pampaneira. Pampaneira is a white town high up in the hills of the Sierra Nevada, the views of the mountains were amazing. Unfortunately the village is very touristy, a problem I've encountered throughout most ...
... the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre. Wade and I told the boys - we are doing six nights there, but we will probably want to leave after one or two.
Once again, the kids learned that their parents can be wrong. Very often and very wrong.
The apartment was a ground floor apartment in Paris with two gardens (who knew that was a thing?) and about a five minute walk to the Metro and Trains. It was beautiful. So large and bright and had everything you’d need. Right off the ...
... bedroom, which is meant, for two people, but it was all mine! The other option was a mixed bedroom and I won't chance sharing bunk beds with
strangers unless it's an all female dorm. Maybe I just like the privacy...Privacy that will begin and end with the shared bathroom. Blah! I was looking forward to the free walking tour offered by the hostel that will get me acquainted with Málaga.
Plenty of hostels now incorporate walking tours as a part of ...
... GO! You won’t be disappointed.
I failed to mention, docked quite near us it the Oasis of the Seas. HUGE! Four-thousand of your closest friends with two-thousand crew….6-thousand people! That’s a village! I think our ship can fit in their atrium. NO THANK YOU! This is as big as I’ll ever go, thank you very much.
Time for some more observations….
This ship is beautiful, big ...
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I tell you something....the Spanish are way smarter than I gave credit. They celebrate all their Saints, in fact, each town has a patron saint that it celebrates and celebrations are normally a week. In fact, there is a fiesta in Spain on almost every single day of the year and fiestas don't just mean days off work - they mean "party hard"!! When they run out of saints to celebrate, well they just ...