Hotel Granada Palace
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... a good combination with cobblestone paths that are steep, so by the time we got down to the flat road my calf muscles were very sore (a bit of Difflam gel before bed has fixed that as I woke up this morning and they are fine). Our last day in Granada was great and this morning we head to Seville. We only have a week left of our holiday - the days seem to be going more quickly now as we near the end of our time in this fabulous ...
... San Rafael Hospital and the St John of God Hospital. Today we had the opportunity to visit Casa Los Pisa, the place where John was nursed in his last days. It is now a museum to the memory of John and the Order of Brothers of St John of God which was established after he died. We celebrated a intimate Eucharist lead by Father Joe Parkinson in the room in which John died. It was an opportunity to reflect on John's ...
... away and all of my favorite restaurants are open until 11 PM. All of my youth was spent exploring that city and appreciating those things.
For college, I moved to San Marcos. San Marcos is located about 30 minutes from Austin. I almost can't wait to move back to DFW (hopefully) for law school. I'm not sure what I appreciate about San Marcos yet because the end is too far away.
Granada was the perfect place for me to live. I'm glad that I didn't choose ...
... the crops were arranged in neat rows, and it's not hard to understand why Spain is the leading exporter of olive oil and olives in the world. This area has a perfect climate for that. The Guide indicated that they do one harvest a year, in the fall. Depending on the terrain, harvesting can be done by machines but in most cases it must be done by people. I can't imagine how many people would be required, but I’m sure it’s a huge number!
Hola de Granada todos! It's been pretty calm the past few days and it has been much needed! On Tuesday we had our placement test for our intensive class and I placed in a higher level than I thought I would which makes me feel good! Although having a Spanish class for 4 hours right in the morning is not so fun, it's nice to get it over with so that we can wander and tour the city. It truly is the most ...