Hotel M.A. Princesa Ana
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As with most of Spain the streets are like rabbit warrens, and we have had trouble getting home, never been lost though, just weren't where we thought we where. We went on a sight seeing train ride to Alhambra and surrounding areas. Did a complete tour of Alhambra, which was built in the 8th century. It had huge palaces with old, amazing designs on walls and ceilings, the ...
... and eventually one arrived, I get the only taxi driver who doesn't know the streets of Aix. Thank god for Satnav. Arrived at 3 Rue de la Mule Noir and was met by Jaqueline and her husband Pierre. Very nice older couple who live in a 3rd floor apartment smack bang in the centre of Aix.
My room is minute, complete with pull down double bed. Mind you when the bed goes down you almost have to leave the room to ...
Countryside by Bus Boarded the bus @12 noon eta Granada 3pm. Getting glimpses of the countryside...lots and lots of olive groves, orange groves , vineyards, windmills and solar panels. Right now we are about halfway and in very hilly/mountainous area but beautiful! Am trying to capture as much as possible through bus window ( yikes! My ears are popping so we are high up!). Temp is now 20 (cooler) and raining. Vegetation much denser. The tall ...
... introduction to my way of travel. That is, why use public transport when you can walk. And so off we ambled to cover some serious foot milage (and pedal milage, kudos parents).
Sevilla, Madird and Granada saw us move from a a well equipped apartment into a hotel room. With any hotel of course comes advantages and disadvantages. Advantages definitely being the ...
... first lesson was with Antonio, who always flirted shamelessly (rather interesting, as my flirting vocabulary consisted only of "muy guapo" (very beautiful) and "si"...) - we quickly found out that we could waste half a lesson as soon as wine or olives were mentioned (which was a lot). Other professors included Miguel with the ponytail; Paz, who never wore the same outfit twice and whose bum provided perfect distraction when Spanish just got too much; ...