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Our last stay in southern spain, we are now in Granada, Hotel Princesa Ana. We will return our car at Malaga, and board a plane there enroute for Barcelona. Spanair (Malaga -> Barcelona) Flight: 6683 Flight duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes
... a bit when I get back to the states. In Spain, they usually have little or nothing at breakfast, a large lunch, and a smaller dinner. I think that I will use some variation of that when I get home (with added snacks in between). They also use olive oil for everything. Butter is exceptionally difficult to find here. The butter is usually comprised of olive oil anyway.
Here is my advice for anyone who wants to study abroad or travel to another ...
... really got tested.
Las Vegas is indeed the city that never sleeps and I think it even comes more alive in the night. We could only spend a couple of hours there because we still had to drive to Utah for 4 more hours so that we could visits the Grand Canyon. We visited two hotels: The Venetian and the Palazzo. These hotels aren't just hotels, but they are like little neighborhoods. They have everything in them, malls, theaters, food courts, you name it and they have ...
Took a day trip to Granada City.
February 5 Tuesday
We set Rhoda's co-ordinates for a car park near the Alhambra in Granada City and we were off by 10:30 am. The motorway took us up through the grand rugged mountains of the Sierra Nevada where we got a closer look at those snowy peaks.
We arrived just after 11 am and found the car park easily and ...
... 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 ...