Nido del Aguila Bungalows
Travel Blogs from Puerto Rico
... by a man riding a bike and playing Disney songs, though in Spanish which was a little bizarre to hear. The next day I discovered my favourite thing about Granada - it's customary to serve up a tapa with every drink ordered, you don't generally get to choose what you're served, but for the most part it was delicious so that was no drama. After being served a tapa the size of a meal (seriously, 2 rolls with chips) for lunch I joined a walking tour offered by my ...
... Basilica de Macarena, the old city wall. But there is more, much more hidden in and around the narrow streets and plazas. Despite the grueling heat, we covered a lot of the city by foot, taking periodic refuge on terraces behind a tall and wet Sangria or "Tinto de Verano" ( refreshing red wine with orange or lemon soda)
We love the atmosphere in this city.
Friday June 13th
... site of Roman ruins. We went back up and got great views of the city. On the way back we had, of course, to stop for ice cream. So good! Back to the hotel to rest and get ready of our dinner. We met in the lobby at 7:00 pm and followed Nygil for his surprise for us. There were horse drawn carriages for all of us. Nygil also gave each carriage a bottle of cava (Spanish champagne) and glasses. It was prefect weather and we had a ...
... is a danger of sensory overload and total exhaustion. Well I didn't listen did I ? And I also crammed in a tour of the bullring, Plaza del Toro, and it's museum. That probably explains why I am now aching with tiredness...... The boys are gathering at the bar at the end of the street and the singing and chanting is in full swing as Seville faces Portugal in the Europa soccer final. Pretty sure I will sleep through it though haha. ...
... good sense of how some
folks in Sevilla feel about their history, tourism, and government. He
referred to their most recent dictator as the "little m***** f*****".
Ha! He also showed us a store that still sells the flags from fascist
times. Very interesting! We visited the bull fighting stadium and for
the first time I learned about bullfighting and the running of the
bulls. First, I didn't know that the bull gets killed at the end of the