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... Beautiful. There is a 10km huge linear park that runs within the city. It is the site of a relocated river (that flooded too often). It's lovely. Again, great soccer playing. The city and buidlings are stunningly inviting. There are literally no restaurants open before 9:00pm at night to eat dinner. A bit challening with children. We've defintley been eating quite late at night but not usually startng at 9. Has anyone spent time ...
What's the time? 10:30 Woaahhhhhhht?! I thought it was 6am! That's the crazy Spanish blinds for you. They make the room completely dark and you have no idea what the time could possibly be. We better get going! We are supposed to be catching the train to Nerja today! Nonni then transformed into hyper-active mode, turned the music on and danced her way out of bed whilst packing her bag. Paul transformed into dad mode and kept hurrying her along, worried that they would run out of ...
... then so bec Sarah will (Aussie from our hostel) matthieu (American tour guide) and I went to an awesome bar called Babylon which had 100 different €1 shots. Stop That!! Needless to say it was a very messy night that included us DJ-ing (*****s in paris about 5 tines) and lots of free shots from the awesome bar tender who looked like Ross Noble!! We finally left about 3:30 and I'm impressed we actually found our way ...
... windy, which meant it didn't get too hot. Like a bunch of tourists, we dropped our towels and ran excitedly towards the Mediterranean, where we took two steps into the water, screamed, and ran out. It was cold as ice :)
Little by little we got the courage to submerge ourselves completely, as the day got hotter. The water really was beautiful and clean, but I probably didn't spend more than 10 minutes total in it. We had more ...
... never guess who's in Granada!" I looked up from the very important and serious task of getting my legs a touch darker than their current blend-in-with-the-snow Austrian hue. A more is-there-coffee-in-my-milk coloring, perhaps? "Gus!" Remember Australian Gus from Nice? Thus Gus became an unofficial member of our hostel family for the next few days, only returning to his own around 5 or 6am to get some much needed sleep. We managed ...