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Travel Blogs from La Calahorra
'Si seņor,' I said out loud.
' Me voy !!' ( I'm coming)
Yeah! Love the sound of this. The fact the journey is long, complicated and expensive didn't seem to come into it.
Sent the email .
So having landed, so to speak in Nicaragua, quickly all sorts of other info arrived about this volcano studded country, I could feel the adrenalin rising.
... especially for Andy whose heart and soul always longs for the mountains.
Old Granada is compact – walkable anywhere – if you don’t mind hills. Up one hill through the old jewish quarter to the Alhambra, and our lovely B&B Carmen del la Alcubilla del Caracol, or up through the narrow winding streets of the Albayzin neighbourhood, Spains best old Moorish quarter into Sacramento, the Roma gypsy digs (literally, as in days gone by, they ...
... enough, a club here is having an American-themed night tomorrow! The kids in my program are also planning on flaunting American flags and eating hotdogs and hamburgers while throwing around a football in Parque Retiro. Of course we couldn't help but celebrate!
This weekend we have a lot going on that I will keep you updated on around Wednesday or Thursday because I know this was already a lot to read and your lunch break is soon over.
... we would never have dinner... But finally at midnight we had big platters of grilled steaks.... At some point I went to the hotel but had to get up too soon -- to meet Oskar and Esteban for an afternoon in Bilbao, walking around the Guggenheim... But the best was a new building redesign by Philippe Starke-- so I may have to break down and do FB pics after all. Christine is here, staying with ...
... lodge". We walked through that lodge very quickly. The gardens in front of the Generalife were every bit as well manicured as those within the Alhambra itself.
I think some of my disappointment may be blamed on the fact we were on a guided tour. In other words, we did not gain entry and then go to the sites we wanted to see. We had a specific path we followed. Antonio was a very good guide; however, I may have enjoyed the trip more if I ...