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... decide it's time to head back to the hotel as we are both feeling the grind on our feet and only have a few hrs before we prep to leave for the football game tonight. We get back around 1700 and rest up for an hour or so before realising the game time had been shifted back an hour to 2030. Mum informs us that Dad is stressing out as the website he bought the tickets through (Ticketbis) were fake tickets. He's not at all impressed and adamant we will see the game so as he is trying to ...
... classmate of Dan's. Our hotel is located next to all the major sites so it lets us get a lot of site seeing. Saturday we took a tour to Granada to see the Alhambra...the #1 tourist attraction in all of Spain. It is absolutely breath taking. We stopped in a little town called Albayzin, a small gypsy town with white washed houses and cobblestone streets overlooking the Alhambra. Lovely lunch and very ...
... time in the ferry terminal than necessary, so we emailed the guide to let him know what happened and cancel the tour, and switched gears to drive up to Seville, which had currently been planned for Wed.
It was a 2+ hour drive to get to Seville, through territory that looked an awful lot like California. It was pretty easy to understand why the Spaniards who arrived there decided to settle – it was just like home! I did take us ...
... It became a minor obsession of mine to visit all the spots he went to while in Granada. The tapas were great here, served with every drink ordered. Order a 1,50€ drink get a free tapa. Drink, eat. Simple but amazing!! Granada is the only city in Spain where you can still get free tapas. As the great Anthony Bourdain said, "It's something for nothing." Appetizers will just never be the same again in the states lol. I've attached pictures in this blog of ...
... heaters underneath, so everyone huddles around the table with the tablecloth on their laps. This is great for family togetherness and lower body warmth, but it does have its practical drawbacks as well. On the other hand, there may be blaring heat here and there, or for certain hours of the day, for instance in the school where I work. There, the limited funding means that heat is only used for an hour and a half in ...