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- Continental Breakfast
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... we had to turn in our audio devices. How clever of them as we had to exit to accomplish this task (and retrieve an American Express card held as ransom). There was a line of several hundred people waiting to enter at 2 PM, the lines to purchase tickets had doubled in size and our ticket had expired for entrance so it was time to leave. If only the poor saps with credit cards knew they could walk over to the Ticket Master machines and save a couple of hours of waiting.
... established the Hospitaller Order of St John of God. We would be staying with the brothers at the Hospital San Rafael in the middle of the city. We were met by Brother Joseph, an Australian brother, who has hosted pilgrimage for many years. After a quick siesta, we went on an early evening stroll to take in the sights of the down town and to find something to ...
... many beautiful people at the airport but I barely have time to pay attention to them. I'd forgotten how big this airport really is. Since my flight in Dallas was delayed due to weather, I now have very little time to make my connecting flight on the way to Granada. I fly through customs, looking haphazardly for Puerta K (Gate K). It's so far and when I get there I can't even find the departure to Granada. I have to make it through this! I'm running faster than ...
... we stayed in in Portugal but nowhere near as cool. They did make us seafood Paella which was very good. After dinner we walked around some of the local shops which are all next to each other and all sell the same chachkas (jewelry, wallets, lamps, tapestries, etc). Granada is apparently the Islamic area of Spain, and very similar to Morocco. We got back to the hostel and did some research on the Alhambra, which is the number one ...
... leave in peace". Yes, like a meditation, contemplate the intricacies and beauty without words because words don't really draw a picture.
We had shunned the bus for the steep hike up Gomez lane in the morning and it was lovely to pass through the gardens of cypress, elms and plane ...