Hotel Casa del Trigo
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... br> (It's getting wetter)
ousting other re-lig-ions as if they're strangers...
As the plaster,
Is quite pretty,
The King and master,
Is really witty,
To keep romances,
And watch finances,
He keeps the craftsmen's work for viewing of the city...
Take me home,
..I hate Alhambra,
Take me home,
..just leave Granada,
Take me where,
the sun does ...
... this was how the places selling food decorated and dried the meat at the same time), some bread and pasta for dinner while saving eggs for breakfast. The stove was an adventure but with some help and a borrowed lighter we were able to eat. After dinner we went for a walk in gypsy town, not far from our hostel. It was a great part of town!! The town itself was fun, with guitar players, singing, dogs playing in the streets, and the food smelt great! We walked through the ...
... yet a momma so I shouldn't have to take care of people that are grown enough to do so by themselves. Lord knows I've had tons of practice lately, I think I could babysit for the Duggars!!! (Those are the people with like 20 kids, they have a tv show) --I know when Nini reads this she'll laugh, but still tell me to be sweet-- My reason for this post is mostly just to vent and keep my temper from catching fire. I think the Arabic Bathhouse is calling my name ...
... one of which Kris liked the best; her second course was a chicken soup that had saffron and boiled egg in it; it was delicious! I asked for the "menu del dia", which started off with a tangy salad of tuna, marinated in a delicious vinegarette-type dressing, and also had boiled egg, onions, and black olives. Next came
probably my favorite course, a dish whose main ingredients were scrambled eggs and zucchini, ...
... hills, provide excellent views of the city below. The Generalife Gardens are stunning especially at the moment with the blooming wisteria and all varieties and colours of roses. Paul took photo after photo. You really don't know where to look next - through the beautiful archways to marble water features to the trimmed hedges or above at the intricately carved timber ceilings. It is all so very beautiful.
But everywhere there is also the smell of eau de cat pee. Cats ...