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... Sheer bloodymindedness was kicking in at this point. Well I have to say that they keep the roads in immaculate condition, way better than in England. Its just the hideous crumbling precipices at the side of these superbly maintained roads that are the problem. Stopping occasionally at parking spots (well areas of dirt at the edge of the beautifully tarmacced roads) in order to take photos and give myself yet another pep talk, I eventually reached Trevalez. Totally worth the ...
... room. I actually couldn't move my feet at all without touching the other lady's bags or feet. She might have stepped on my toes 89 times, of course without noticing. Everyone else was passed out snoring, leaning back in their seats having a grand old time and Alex and I are frozen in our seats. Once we finally arrived and I finally was able to gain feeling in my legs again, we arrived at Hostel Arteaga which was really nice. Our program coordinator is from ...
... was roasted alive. True story.
Another interesting fact about the royal family is only the child who will inherit the crown is called prince or princess any other children of the king and queen are referred to as infants. They are still considered royal but are not referred to that way was Prince Harry is in England.
Ok time to go to dinner so until tomorrow,
... The Alhambra did not disappoint, it fulfilled everything I read about it and then some. Beautiful calligraphy, intricate columns, amazing tile work, paradise-like imagery, stalactite domes, and much more. The calligraphy seemed to bear one phrase almost endlessly, in Arabic: "Wa la Ghalib il Allah"- There is no Sovereign but God, which was one of the slogan's of the Moorish kingdoms in Spain. If you ever wind up in Granada, make sure to ...
... half an hour there were detours and road blocks and it was dark and the ‘cute’ snow had turned into streams of white light heading straight into the windshield. Sally sat nav ( ie Tom Tom) was so confused and cold also and the detours took us to unknown roads. It was quite scary there for an hour or so, as we couldn’t see any other cars, the road was icy and we were really beating ourselves up for taking off ...
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