Hotel Dauro Granada
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We woke up to a pretty boring breakfast. After the fresh-squeezed juices we had earlier this trip, the "orange flavored drink" we got this morning was a disappointment to say the least. Oh well, we didn't come here for the breakfast! We headed out to catch the bus to the Alhambra. Our entrance time for the Nazaries Palaces was for 11:30, but you …
Today I took my last final in oral and writing production. It was pretty easy, so that is good. Right after I got done with my final, I headed out to the patio for the fiesta. In Spain it is tradition that after every school year, at all levels, a party is thrown for completing the year. So the cafeteria had a bar set up in the patio with beer, …
On the 13th, we hiked up to the Alhambra!!! This was also my first time there!! It was absolutely beautiful!! The Alhambra, for those of you who dont know the history of it, was the last fortress that existed under the rule of the Arabs, built by the king of the Nasrid kingdom, Mohammed ibn Yusuf ben Nasr. The name Alhambra means "red fort," …
... spain, we are getting gipped in Australia where it comes to alcohol! Perfect timing for the sea urchins to kick in and have pay back on my foot when I'm dancing up a storm.. So our lovely leader, Matthew, had to carry me home early.. We tried to keep partying and ended up with a noise complaint. The girls came home a while later with a stray Australian from Newcastle after downing more shots and poor beck was kept awake while the others (and other Americans in our room) kept ...
... a paved pathway, past ancient ruins and through more manicured gardens. As I approached the palace, I stopped to rest my back on a bench under some trees. There was another bench there which was occupied by a group of other travellers.
I still had a fairly long time until my appointment at the Palace, so I decided to have a short look at the Alcazaba, which is the large fortress adjacent to the Palace. This is the oldest part of the complex, and ...
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