Hotel Granada Palace
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... I had to make my return dash to the station to get the train. I started sweating afresh, and negotiated a number swap with the next person in line. Finally, I got to the counter. 'Para Australia ' I cried, and plonked the box on the counter. 'And make it fast. I have a train to catch' She looked at the box, which had a sword symbol on it. 'No possible. Prohibited' 'No, no! Cochillos, cochillos! Para mi familia! My mother and father...gifts.' I cried. She shook her ...
Today was about the Alhambra. We had pre arranged this in order to avoid the queue. Haha. Join the pure booked tour group queue. They couldn't find the tickets to begin with. About an hour mucking about before our group got going, but it really didn't matter. We had a fabulous guide by the name of Marco who did the commentary in both Italian and English. He chatted to us later and ...
... 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 ...
... out of tiendas on the strip. One day after shopping, I changed pace. I went to my homestay and dropped off my bags, headed to a local fruit store and bought fruit to take to the people that lived on my street. I have never seen people so grateful for so little. On occasion, in America when I have offered food to the homeless, they have refused and asked for cash instead. The amount of spoiled that Americans are didn't even phase me until I got to this country and lived here. ...
... a popular after dinner experience in Granada, with many bars and restaurants offering nightly performances. I'm sorry to say that we never made it to a show here either, but at least its something I can return to see another time. As we are now heading home, I'm expecting my entries to be limited on detailed info, so apologies in advance for that. I do hope to visit at least a couple of places I had originally wanted to cover, so watch this space for ...