Puerta de Las Granadas
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- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that can be heard today. Then we went on to see the Church of San Miguel Bajo, which was a lovely church on the outside and inside, very decorative as were most of the church's we saw in Granada. David took a photo of me in the entrance of the Monastery of Santa Isabel la Real, this is the most outstanding religious seclusion convent that remains in Granada, the archway and building was very detailed and lovely to look at, we decided not ...
... I have been deciding which church I might want to get married in one day and I think we've picked around six haha. Mum and dad don't seem to participate in those conversations though!! Hmm I wonder why??
Although I have enjoyed all the touristy attractions (amusement parks, malls etc), I find that I am really getting into the history of the places we've been to and I am so intrigued by how everything worked in the ...
... a wonderful explore of the town, lots of photos and Tapas (Sangria and the complimentary snack that comes with it) for 'lunch' we crashed on the coach and just planned the next few days (stopping to plan a holiday when your on a holiday requires lots more patience and discipline than you would think). We finished our day with a late dinner at an over priced tourist restaurant (even experienced travellers get ...
... with the main building, it looks very similar to the inside of the Taylor Murphy building at Texas State. Inside there is an open forum area where a fountain and many plants hanging from the ceilings.
Today, we went to the building where my classes are held. It was the most beautiful campus I've seen since I visited Pepperdine in Malibu.
Here, rather than use air conditioners, they open windows. When I went to ...
It is interesting because I already feel as though I have been here a while. There are still so many things that I need to get used to though, like how we don't eat lunch until 3pm and dinner isn't served until after 8pm. I am still trying to catch up on some sleep though so I haven't experienced the staying out until 4am that is also common. Soon...
Tomorrow we officially start classes! It will be nice to start a routine, especially ...