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... is better than planes:
- You don't need to arrive 2 hours ahead of departure
- Shorter lines for luggage check
- More Leg, arm, and well, body room!
- No need to buckle up
- No need to have the tray and seat in its upright position,
- Electronic devices can be used at all times
- Great views out of the window
- Cheaper fares
- Affordable upgrades into first class
- comfy chairs!
... can be somewhat challenging)! It was a beautiful walk up a cobblestone street from our hotel to the Alhambra Palace, and we liked walking the lush gardens through the park coming back down the hill.
The Alhambra is magnificent! The history, architecture, and decor is almost overwhelming. There is nothing ordinary about it. Be sure to visit the Palacios Nazaries first, so you don't miss your allotted time (on your ticket), otherwise they won't ...
... us another apartment. Instead of another studio she was offering us one of the one-bedroom apartments which had its own washing machine, a separate bedroom and kitchen and a small balcony. I was pretty happy with the free upgrade (mostly for the easy access to the washing machine) and Steve was happy once he got the internet working.
We faffed around for an hour or two before heading out to buy some groceries. I had ...
... and Isabella are entombed on this walk. We came upon Plaza de Bib Ramblas, which I know will please Olivia and took some photos. We were lured into a cool, shady lane by the soothing sounds of guitar music. We listened a bit and then purchased a recording from the musician on the street. We stopped back at the hotel to add some layers, as the day was sunny, but not warm. Then we struck out in a new direction and entered the heart of ...
... After having hardly any sleep on our first night we asked to change rooms- we were thankful as the snorers in the morning seemed very strange (hippie weird)- one even made a fort our of his beading in the bottom of a bunk.
Granada is famous for its free tapa with every caņa (small cup) of beer. The town certainly didn't disappoint on this as we were treated to more than our fair share of tapas! The ...