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... Kings are located. Here they could escape the palace intrigues and enjoy tranquility high above the city. The name Generalife has been interpreted to mean “the garden of lofty paradise.” The gardens were begun in the 13th century, have been modified over the years. They originally contained orchards and pastures. The Generalife provides a magical setting with beautiful gardens.
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As two PM approached it was getting very ...
Great day. We toured as above with an English speaking guide and a small group of others. The guide used an audio headset system so we could stop and take photos and still hear the narrative. We enjoyed this well preserved world heritage site and learned a lot over the day . An added bonus of our hotel is a shared terrace overlooking La Alhambra so we are going to enjoy dinner and wine there this evening. We head out to Tarifa in the ...
... because I didnt feel as intimidated to ask questions.
After class we went to API to ask some questions and look for some books. They didnt have the one I needed and Curra and Lydia were having lunch. Marisa and I went and got lunch where I had my first meltdown. So much is going on and I do not understand most of it. I recovered fast and we enjoyed lunch, especially el helado. After we headed over to Biblioteca to check out my book and activate the wifi while on campus.
... the right place at the right time. I've always loved airplanes and airports. There's something special about the feeling of walking into a building where millions of others have walked, each of which hails from a different port. Lives intertwined. Maybe it's the common understanding passengers have; helping each other to stow away luggage or hail a taxi. Ever since I was younger, I've always flown the same way. I freak out when my feet touch the ground going ...
... day we wanted to go were full. We ended up having to stay an extra day in Granada, sacrificing a night in Barcelona. Train problem number 2 = kinda solved. There wasn’t much we could have done to plan this better though, because unlike for all our other countries train rides which we could book in advance, in Spain it is impossible to make reservations ahead of time without being in the actual country. This left a lot of room ...