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... than just a bus ride as it was a great sightseeing trip through the narrow streets of the Albaicin, with the Alhambra always looming over us. Took a good 20 minutes to get home but well worth it.
Had to improvise the cooking of the fish as we had thought, incorrectly, that there was olive oil in the cupboard. Lemon juice & garlic work brilliantly to pan fry swordfish. A wok cooks asparagus to perfection. Ate on our terrace, delightful.
... like you would with a house, but the people choose to live there, because in a cave, it’s cool during the summer and warm during the winter, and you don’t pay. We went to lots of other places on the tour, and eventually at 4:30PM, we got back to the Play Granada office, where we had a drink, and then went home, before going out to dinner.
The other thing we did in Granada was go to the Alhambra, one of the most famous buildings ...
... against the wall while our car weaved in and out, forever going uphill into the mountains.
We finally arrived at the location and thought we would sit outside upstairs from where we could have a lovely view of the Alhambra. However, on closer inspection, there were about 8 cats sitting under and around the tables, and we all felt that we could not enjoy our dinner like that!
The gypsies seemed quite surprised at our aversion to ...
... accent.) At around 1:30 AM, our bus arrived at the border between France and Spain. The customs officer boarded our bus and proceeded to check everyone's documents. I had been rudely awoken from my precious slumber when we made this stop, so I was still a bit groggy by the time he got to me. I heard him mutter something in Spanish (very quickly might I add), but the only word I caught was "come". All I could muster to say was, "Sorry, I don't speak much Spanish." He ...
... part of the day. I went in and out of shops testing my ability to communicate, not really buying much. I can honestly say I'm fluent in terms of shopping!
I met my parents at La Cueva for lunch and then my mother and I headed out to shop. We found a Spanish boutique, Massimo Dutti. I am in love. We shopped there for maybe three hours before heading back to my father who we believed was resting in the room. To our surprise, the concierge informed us that he had been ...