Casa de la Sonrisa
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... a bit of noise while trying to be quiet. Call me evil, but it gave me immense pleasure to wake them all up in as rude a fashion as they woke me up. Hey, I'm all for fairness in hostels, but sometimes revenge is satisfying, let's be honest.
I had picked up my Alhambra ticket yesterday, and had ordered it way back in June before I left Canada. I walked up the hill to the entrance, but ended up making a bit of a mad dash across the complex to ...
... yards into the mile long route, by 6:30.
The “official” floats were followed by floats and displays by local schools, societies, clubs and whatever, ages ranging from 8 months to 80 years, dressed in themes. Some were really good, some were a good laugh, some just ridiculous.
Nearly every one had a friend or relative every 20 ...
... bolognese and I have absolutely no recollection of what I ordered but I am sure that it was something Spanish. The waiter was pleasant and helpful (unlike some other waiters we encountered) and he gave us a good laugh when he asked if the girls were twins--they are not.
Bib-Rambla was-- and still is-- where the flower sellers had their stands and stores; it was one of the places we passed through on a regular basis when I was living ...
... our hotel. Around 4:00 p.m. we met back at the hotel to board the bus again, and we headed for the Alhambra.
The Alhambra is the most visited tourist site in Spain, and one of the most visited in all of Europe. La Alhambra is a 14th century Moorish palace and fortress built on top of a hill in Granada. After the Reconquest by the Reyes Catolicos in 1492, the Alhambra was taken over by the Christians and they ruled from there, and a church ...
Home.. sort of.. Im not really sure where home is. I thought when I went to England I was going half-home. Now Im back in Granada in my piso and I feel home.
Hadn’t quite recovered from new years eve so I went to bed early, mum and dad I was definitely delirious when I spoke to you..
‘hello’ ...not even recognising my own mothers voice.
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