Hotel Granada Centro
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I arrived in Granada yesterday. I met a German girl named Caro who was also going to Granada the same day, so I offered her a ride. It was nice to have company on such a long drive. Instead of taking 5 hours, it took 8 because we made so many stops along our way. We took a scenic detour through the Sierra Nevada, which looks just like out West and …
... together. What a relief I wouldn't be searching my way there myself anymore. The Aussie boys had only just woken up in the late afternoon, so I headed off to La Cartuja Monastery. Just as I got off the bus it started to rain. I was really excited to have some relief from the humid heat for a change. La Cartuja is famous for containing the most sumptuous example of Basque architecture. The altar was over the top, the sacristy behind it was ...
... dislike when Americans visit their country. I just have to say we aren't all like that. My third problem are the things that people do in both of these cultures. I don't understand why people can't be real! It's so annoying. They will change who they are to impress others, there is no point. The real person will come out eventually, so why even put work into stories that aren't even that good. Something tied into this is people doing things just ...
This could be California was one of the many thoughts I had today on the three hour bus ride from Seville to Granada. The rolling grass hills, the vegetation, the windmills, the climate, and the well maintained highway winding through it all reminded me a lot of driving through the valleys to the south and east of the bay area.
After getting in we only left the hotel twice today, both times for food. The city appears to ...
Now that the weather is starting to get really nice out, I feel like I've been doing a lot more around the city and I love it! Here's the past week in a nutshell.
Miércoles de Ceniza (Wednesday, 2/13): After our last class at 6:30, we booked it to the nearest church to celebrate Ash Wednesday. All of my friends are Catholic so they had to go to be ashed, and I wanted to join in on the experience. I don't think I've ever been to a real Catholic Mass so I knew I was in for a ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed