Hotel Abades El Mirador
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... prescribed. For the whole seven days he was the epitome of misery.
In the meantime Lexi discovered that if he jumped from the stair landing across the patio to our bedroom window and land on the very narrow window sill he could squeeze through the widow bars into our room. This, from the kitten who could not jump off the low roof onto the terrace because it was too high.
The cats are strictly forbidden to go into the guest bedrooms of the ...
... br> the kids go home from school. Many of the children were being picked up by
their Grandmother’s, others by an older brother or sister. From here we
wound our way back to our place so Brad
could rest up – he needed relief from his hernia support! Once rested we went wandering to the train
station to see where it was located (it’s huge, about 2 square blocks), then on
to the Prado art Museum – considered one of ...
... exactly what its name describes: a festival celebrating lots of crosses. Traditionally gigantic crosses covered in red flowers and surrounded by a whole scene of traditional images, ceramic pottery, and in many cases what I can only describe as "a lot of Spanish stuff" scattered artfully around the huge red cross center piece. There's a competition for the best cross with multiple categories for entry including the best personal/ neighborhood terrace cross, best plaza cross, and best ...
... took a walk through the most historic district of Grenada, scattered across the side of a mountain. It rained most of the afternoon, but luckily I had my portable umbrella that mom made me get at target on our pre-study abroad shopping trip! Our tour guide share a lot of information about the history of the city, which is mostly famous for being the capital of the moorish empire when it occupied Spain and Portugal. As the sun was setting we had several hours of free ...
... days this week but enjoyed so much all the activities and things I have seen and experienced. While going to bed many nights at 130/2 and then getting up at 730 for 5 hours of class takes its toll. I thought I could keep my schedule without a siesta, but I now understand WHY they have siestas here. The every day life here in Granada just makes for a long day. Their schedule is crazy with eating dinner any where from 8 to 11 and then going ...