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We left the coastal area with its 4 mile boardwalk promenade and traveled toward Granada. It's name means granite as it is near the Sierra Nevada mountain range. It is a university city with bars and discos. It is a popular place to live as you can be at a beach in an hour or go north to ski in an hour. There are lots of people in the streets as …
... ignored until its ruins were renovated and rebuilt in the mid-11th century. In 1333, it was converted into a Royal Palace. It's beautiful gardens and palaces are filled with history and there are stunning views over Granada from this UNESCO World Heritage Site. The gardens of Alhambra are filled with wildflowers, ...
... tower soon after, and were treated to a panoramic view of everything in Granada, during this time we also took turns in ringing the old bells.
We then had a quick lunch before catching another taxi, this one however would take us up to the Alhambra. We initially walked around the lovely gardens, as they did not require a ticket to get into. We then bought drinks opposite the alcozabar, before noticing a rather large queue outside the main palace. We were sent into ...
... out before getting an email from the Department Chair for Modern Languages, who approved my request to accept the classes I am taking. I dodged a serious bullet which put me in an amazing mood for my first day of real classes today.
First Day of Classes
We walked to school this morning, which was a serious trek because they eat very little for breakfast here (if they eat anything at all). Nonetheless, I ...
... pictures don't do any justice at all. Looking at the view, I realized how lucky I am to be here and what an amazing opportunity I've been given. After the day I had yesterday it was a nice reminder as to why I'm here and what a blessing this is! Yesterday I also found out that a foreign exchange student that went to Spring Lake my senior year from Spain is studying at the same university in Granada and lives 2 minutes away! I was having a lot of problems with my classes yesterday since ...