Travel Blogs from Granada
... beer, wine, whatever) you get a 'free' plate of tapas. We ate some delicious food with a couple of cokes then decided to wander back to the apartments and try again.
In the end we waited for about an hour outside with our bags before a young girl showed up and let us in. In very stunted English/Spanish/French? she showed us to our studio apartment, talked us through a map of Granada and answered all of our questions as best ...
... praying before the altar. Back at the hotel, we packed up and again hit the street of Cordoba, this time like pros! Like yesterday, the drive was very picturesque and enjoyable. We are both happy we decided to rent the car for these extra days. This area of Spain has plentiful sunshine and we saw vast fields of solar panels to harvest that bounty. Other than that it was miles and miles ...
... pulled up in Cordoba as the sun was setting, the first thing to catch the eye was an illuminated Roman bridge spanning over the river. The bridge is still in great condition and is a popular place for tourists. All the teens seemed to be hanging out on this bridge later at night too. The streets of the historic part of town were too narrow for cars, so we walked a short ways to the hotel, which was positioned right across from the main square and attraction of ...
... your feet, so fast that the ground vibrates. Another grueling climb brings you to the top of the wall, and the top of the Realejo. It is very pretty, white-washed buildings and winding steps. I stopped for lunch here - salad with grilled goat cheese, nuts and honey. Lots more cool graffiti, and I finally found that stupid ...
... hanging out with new friends. Earlier today I had a massive headache and serious sinus pressure/congestion. I'm not sure if I'm getting sick or its just a change in weather pressure. Either day it was a pretty miserable morning. I've also come to the conclusion that I have a coffee/caffeine problem since I had that massive headache the one day I didn't get a coffee on the way to school. Ruh Roh ...
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