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... which they partake in..........Amazing folk and, I'm certain that I will cross paths with them again someday and, if not, I will disappoint myself.
For part two.........you'll have to go to the next entry......which won't be available until.........hmm......a bit later. I need to see what this Alhambra place is all about. The Moors certainly did Spain a favour in providing a 'must see' tourist attraction I have to say. But then I would, wouldn't I?
... I haven't felt touristy enough to take pictures of the streets yet.
I went shopping today to congratulate myself on the first day of class. I bought shoes, a U of G sweatshirt, and corks for my wine bottles that have the U of G crest. (Can I just say how much I love that my school has a crest?) I also finally bought a straightener! Thank God because I haven't gone anywhere in two days since I washed my hair and it ...
... Wonder” is also
gives a great view of the city of Granada with the mountains in the back. We
started the tour with these high-tech headphones connecting us to the tour
guides microphone so we didn’t miss anything, including her side random side
conversations. It was a great day. We toured the many rooms of the palace and
enjoyed the decorative aspects on every spare inch. From the floors, to the
walls, to the windows, to the fountains, everything was ...
... and turning in such a large van made for quite an experience! Once there we were let loose on Dan's ground, a large tent was set up already and it had an inflatable mattress!!!!!!!
The views in the day time were amazing we had wanted to see the Sierra Nevada mountain range and now we were in it! Although basic we had free range on Dan's land and enjoyed chilling out after our long slog at Boom. It was ...
... the back areas, and one to dry everything. Only in Europe.
We dropped our stuff and headed out to the cathedral because I knew that it had an early siesta time. However, we were a little too late getting there and it was already closed. Instead, we decided to walk around the outside and then head across the street to the part of town with very narrow streets and small arabic shops and restaurants. Since it was getting close to lunchtime, ...