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Our beach holiday is behind us with Easter memories of one last procession, Paella & calamaritos for lunch & yummy steak for dinner as well as the white capped Mediterranean blowing salty sea sparay goodbye kisses. (that was cheezy!!)
The drive to Granada is short and sweet so we decided to lengthen it a bit by driving up to the local …
When things start to go wrong you know it's probably going to get worse: The train trip that was only 1/2 of one. The last part was by bus. The bus arrives at Granada station - almost. With 20m to go, a car is parked illegally blocking the road. 45minutes of Spanish men considering the problem, mobiles in hand, but definitely knowing you can't unload your luggage. (Disgruntled Americans are a whole other story) The revolving door to the hotel sticks and you're in it. ...
... neighbourhoods. We are not meant to live alone.
The red book.
We left Australia with a pocket size, little red book with notes on places people had mentioned, stuff we'd researched. As we travelled we recorded what we spent to keep track of outgoing and its fit with the budget. We have never spent what we estimated before we left. The book is the repository of our profound observations. Words to know. Directions street by street. Ideas for the ...
... paper, each girl has the ability to choose independently relative to her sisters, so Julia, for example, could elect to have a Coca Cola with lunch, and helado after dinner. In practice enforcement is difficult, and the girls tend to vote as a block. Soft drinks and desserts have a tendency to sneak into every meal, in spite of our good intentions as parents. Molly feels ok about this to an extent, since Coke over here is largely still made with cane sugar as opposed to ...
... Ushi in Spain.
After watching Ushi and talking with the girls I went to my room to prepare for bed but the Robieke texted me and asked if I felt like going to a Salsa bar, ofcourse I couldn't refuse! So instead of putting on my PJ's, I put on some dancing clothes and went to Plaza Real de Madrid. The Salsabar was in an alley close to the Plaza Real. It was a really smal bar, but very cute. A guy was teaching everyone a choreo and we joined the group, after that ...