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... to our expectations and we are happy to be here together. If the soldier from the verse arrived here with his sweetheart, Granada would surely turn to be the city of his dreams.
Next time we're gonna write something about our visit to Alhambra to get it out of the way and never use word "Alhambra" on this blog again :)
Grenada, Grenada, Grenada maja! - bohater słynnego wiersza Michaiła ...
... fun!! Seville has loads of horses and carriages which are popular with the tourists. Yesterday we travelled to Granada by the slow train - only managed a maximum of 160 kph. Lots of arid land and olive groves along the way. Granada has a population of 700,000 so not as large a city as some we have visited. It is surrounded by mountains and is also very much a mix of old and new. One of the things that has been difficult to find has been a laundromat - very few in Spain and ...
... and is the oldest part. The smaller buildings within the complex are mainly foundations nowadays but it still has a series of towers you are able to ascend to get views of the palaces of the Alhambra and back down over the city of Granada.
The Alhambra is amazing and has to be seen to be appreciated. The level of detail in every room and garden is just incredible. Fraser again got the audio tour meaning he was able to gain greater detail of all the areas we visited and he used ...
... got plenty of mediocre photos and a few decent ones. The experience was definitely recorded though. From the singing, guitar playing, dancing and vibrations under my feet, this is one experience that can not be forgotten. In the place that I was sitting, I was constantly at risk of getting my feet stomped on. I made sure to keep them tucked in as well as possible and then when the dancers would come through, the vibrations under my ...
In the last few years, my endeavors toward graduate school, and more recently law school, have put me in a position to (often) feel overwhelmed and underprepared. I have always tried to face any problems head on rather than retreat from them. Studying abroad in a foreign country where virtually no one speaks my language is just one example of that situation.
While I am abroad, I am simultaneously taking online classes in America through Texas State. So far, I have done ...