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When I finally made it to Madrid on a Sunday morning, I could not have been happier. Although I was weighed down with 85% of my baggage, I was in a city with functioning buses, trains and the streets were booming. Last time I was in Madrid I did not have the same feeling as I did when I arrived this time. I think it was more of a culture/life shock the last time, but when I got on the bus, which had free WIFI!!, and then on the train, I was so content. I was so ready to be where I ...
... but sadly, leaving Comares at noon and arriving in Granada at 2.30pm, we did it in the heat of the sun - with the roof down, of course - and Jane suffered a touch of sunstroke which took her 24 hours or more to get over. Thankfully though, having booked the Alhambra for early evening, that wasn't quite so hot as it might have been.
Tom told us it was only 2.9 km from our campsite to ...
... I am also doing a language course which is pretty intensive. Twice a week for 3 hours each. Both Law courses are with other Erasmus/Exchange students which make it much more fun. The language is still a struggle, especially since we have started with the practicas.
For DIDH we had to hand in a two page paper and for the other we had to make a case. Because I went to America a few days before semana santa I missed these assignments and had to do them after my return. ...
... the Rock (or Gib, as the area’s commonly called)
over the centuries, it’s pretty much given that endeavour up. So Gib remains
part of Elizabeth II’s domain – and the area has the bangers `n mash, Union
Jacks and 1-pound notes to prove it. Spaniards have simply opted to ignore the
whole area, almost pretending it doesn’t exist.
Brits flock to Gibraltar (population: 30,000) for ...
... drink on the terrace of the hotel that had a nice view of the Cathedral and the side of the Alhambra off in the distance. While Lucy highlighted our route so IŽd know where weŽd been, I watched Barça and Real Madrid play to a 2-2 draw in the first of two games of the Spanish Cup.
The next day I had pre-booked a group tour of the Alhambra. The Alhambra was built in the 14th century the Moorish rulers. In 1492, during the Reconquest, ...