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... see from most of the city if not blocked by tall buildings, was the distant Alhambra. This is considered the most well preserved Moorish mosque/church in all of the Iberian peninsula, so naturally it is the most popular destination for tourism in the city. Well, even when we were exploring and found a vantage point to appreciate the view it was one of the most impressive sights to see. My friends and I grabbed ourselves some Alhambra reserve beers, sat on ...
... we headed out to explore the narrow streets and there little shops, Leoni described them as magical and she was right. At night it felt like you were transported back 300 years in to a time of medieval peddlers selling their wares it was magical. After wondering and interacting with shop owners for a while, we found a bar / restaurant called Bar Leon where they served Tapas FOC with every drink you ordered; we also ordered other Tapas from the menu which ...
I´m taking an interlude from the 2nd rain tale, since I feel like writing about my time in Granada, where I´ve stayed the longest of any Spanish city so far. As of writing this I have been crashing the couch of these 3 tios for over 2 weeks, and thus I feel a post about life with them is justified. So lets go through an average made-up day in Granada.
I wake up at 3 PM, either by alarm clock or by one of ...
... enough, a club here is having an American-themed night tomorrow! The kids in my program are also planning on flaunting American flags and eating hotdogs and hamburgers while throwing around a football in Parque Retiro. Of course we couldn't help but celebrate!
This weekend we have a lot going on that I will keep you updated on around Wednesday or Thursday because I know this was already a lot to read and your lunch break is soon over.
... nun hands you a box of cookies and you pay. It was funny and more than a little be confusing, but dam they were some good cookies.
Leaving the hostel was really hard, if felt like I was leaving a new home, but the bus ride to Seville was peaceful, olive trees and green rolling hills in every direction.... ok so I was asleep for most of it but woke up every now and then (had a late night the night before, clubbing in Granada definitely fun) ...
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