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They say as one door closes another opens.
That's apparently also true of gates.
Finally hefting those rusting and cumbersome gates at Cristallin, now newly cleared of ivy and brambles, and seeing them disappear in the rear vision mirror was one of this trip's great moments.
It was a shock more than a surprise seeing the dilapidated and sad-- to be honest, downright depressing and spooky--state of this 'chateau' just over 3 weeks ago,
The last ...
... for some R&R. At around 5 we realized we were going to miss the pool. We stopped at the bar and shared a chocolate cake and “coffee”. Everything chocolate is outrageously tasty. We forgot the trip to the pool was over 200 steps but we didn’t count them.
We noticed last night that one couple was dinning on the central patio. We made reservations this morning. We had a private el ...
... took a walk through the most historic district of Grenada, scattered across the side of a mountain. It rained most of the afternoon, but luckily I had my portable umbrella that mom made me get at target on our pre-study abroad shopping trip! Our tour guide share a lot of information about the history of the city, which is mostly famous for being the capital of the moorish empire when it occupied Spain and Portugal. As the sun was setting we had several hours of free ...
... wall behind the altar shows life-size dioramas of the stations I the cross, plus the greatest hits from the lives of the saints - saint whoever giving his cloak to the beggar, some poor guy being boiled alive, stuff like that. The central courtyard was full of orange trees. NOT dead bodies on display. Time for a snack - I bought a cake donut that was dusted with granulated sugar. It looked ordinary, just a bit dark. I bit into it - cloves! Not ...
... a 27% unemployment rate. As you can probably imagine, there are homeless people everywhere begging for pennies. It is very sad.
In Spain, things like heroin and marijuana are legal but guns are not. I am so confused by the setup of the politics here though in my classes we speak much about the differences in America and Spain.
Things with my senora (and my roommate) are doing much better. Celeste and I have been out to dinner a few times now and the ...