Apartamentos Hamilton Court
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... be good to leave most of our belongings in one place and travel light.
One of the "dangers" of our location is that almost below us is an award winning bakery and not far away an artisan heladeria (ice cream shop) where we make the required stop every evening while out on our walk. Hello treadmill when we get home, I'll have to double my time on it. Norm wishes he had brought his pedometer as we certainly do log the kilometers walking everywhere for a good portion ...
... it. I wasn’t aware that I was travelling during a week right after a long weekend where literally the ENTIRE country is on vacation. The Alhambra was fully booked and while I tried to extend my stay in Granada the hotel was full so that wasn’t possible. Okay. Well, these things happen. Truth be told I am getting sick of old buildings so let it go. Not meant to be. I had gotten into town reasonably late so I threw my stuff in the room, grabbed ...
... lovers. My favorite was probably Paella de Marisco--a rice dish flavored with saffron and vegetables, containing shrimp, prawn, squid, mussels, whatever seafood the restaurant had on hand. I also ate a lot of fried fish, including--wait for it--fried anchovies. Not such a picky eater now, am I (mom)?
3. My professors. I had class for 4 hours a day, 3 with Ana and 1 with África. I have to say that Ana was my favorite because she kept the ...
... more and some really steep climbing on rocks that kept falling, we reached the top. It was worth all the hassle and work. What a beautiful view! Unlike the Sierras, from this point you could see the entire city of Granada. It's not as small of a city as we thought it was! Looks like we have a lot more exploring to do... After sitting and eating our lunch for about a half hour, everyone decided they were going to take the road down from the top instead of going through the ...
... PM and guess what we were told to come back at 4 or 5. My first thought was just to become an illegal alien in Spain I figured we get a free ride home, but in the end the nice Policeman returned looking very fresh after his nap at 4 PM(think goodness he came back early) Heres the deal the Spanish don’t do anything until 12 PM and then they break from 1-5 Pm and then work until 7ish, hello I want to be mad and hate this culture but ...