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... have been covered in rich carpets, the paint on the walls fresh and bright, and the whole palace filled with humanity and life. It’s spectacular even as a ghost, so one can only imagine how brilliant it must have been when it was alive.
But Granada, for me, was also about getting lost in the upper reaches of the city: the steep, twisty streets of Albayzín and the curving stretches of remote Sacromonte with its cave homes dug into the cliffs and ...
... originated as one of the gates in the city wall that surrounded Madrid in the 15th century. Outside the wall, medieval suburbs began to grow around the Christian Wall of the 12th century. The name of the gate came from the rising sun which decorated the entry, since the gate was oriented to the east. Between the 17th and ...
... 2 our lecture everyday
so much more enjoyable. It made me feel good knowing that my Spanish had
improved to the point of an A grade in her class. After we got our grades we
went to the room where it all began- a board room- to have our ‘convocation’
and receive our ‘diplomas.’ It was actually a really nice thing they put
together; each teacher did a speech, the
program coordinator did a speech, and a few students. It was ...
... I have ever felt sicker in my life than I did on the bus. It was 4am, I was tired, hot, headachy, my cold tablets had worn off, the smell was unlike anything I've ever smelt (a hundred armpits in my face from holding the rails), I literally had no room to move, there was no air... The bus was most definitely packed to an illegal level, which resulted in people stepping on my feet every second. To make matters worse I had been separated by Nat and ...
... sights I wondered the th
famous "Parque Retiro", which is one of the largest parks in Madrid. The
park is beautiful and full of local street vendors selling trinkets and
miscellaneous things as well as gorgeous trees and bushes that are
maintained very well. The tapas bar was named "El Tigre", or the tiger.
At El Tigre you pay 2.50 Euros for a drink of either sangria or beer and
a plate of tapas. This is a great deal. Despite being so cheap the ...