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... my own to explore and make sure i got to see as much as possible because honestly when you are in a huge group you just miss a lot and it sucks... I wanted to feel the experience not be pushed around in a herd. The Alhambra is basically a palace owned by kings who were religious and the security was intense so I just wondered through the gardens and everything it was so pretty like something you read in books. I guess i wasn't the only one with that ...
... ride but we pay anyway because neither of us is fluent enough to argue proficiently. Our ride gives us a great view of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. When we arrive at the Student Apartments, many of the other students have already arrived. Our resident director, Paula sends me with Edu (an AIFS assistant) to my homestay. On our ride he tells me so much about tonights Corpus Christi festival and explains the way people dress and what they do. My homestay is in ...
... about 15 square metres), but it was all the three of us needed. We had a blast with Jagdish and we even watched a pretty good Bollywood movie!
One of the days we went to the Alhambra. The Alhambra was the last fortress held by the Moors during the time of the Christian conquest. It has a beautiful palace on top of a large hill overlooking Granada. A little further on, past the outer walls, you can see the Sierra Navada mountains ...
... is called the Palacio Nazaries, but in itself is made up of three different palacios (palaces), a series of halls, towers and patios all interlinked, and which was used for the private residence (including harems)and court of the emirs. I only got halfway through before my camera ran out of power!!
The structures themselves were amazing but, in addition, every single surface of these buildings were decorated with carvings or inlaid with a variety ...
... Her dog greeted me at the door, crying because he was so excited to see me! He literally gave me a hug as a greeting--Sonia told me beforehand that he is very cariņoso (loving). His name is Tor and he is small and white. The first time I sat on the couch, he immediately sat in my lap and had me pet him. I swear I almost cried because he reminded me so much of my own perro Flurry.
Sonia's apartment is very nice. She has 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a kitchen, living room, and a ...