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... here, just taking time. One house has been converted into a boutique hotel and it is very nice too. We saw the cooling effect a proper patio has on these dwellings. Coach then direct to Granada and the Alhambra Palace set high on a hill overlooking the old quarter of this town of about 300,000. The palace visit was a highlight of this whole trip and that is saying something given the places we have been. Built by the moors in the 1200s it took 100 years to complete and was the ...
... it a go. He scanned our passports into the system (only 3 because there were only 3 beds!). The passports get sent through to the Police there. Apparently it’s to catch criminals. We were on the 5th floor and luckily they had lifts, not that any of us had suitcases anyhow. The room was quite nice with the 3 beds and an ensuite. We pushed the 3 beds together and after trying them out decided the four of us would fit all right!
... tortilla (which is more like a potato omelet), and of course Sangria!
After that we were super sleepy and decided to head back and take a siesta. Of course, we got lost again and had to ask for directions like 10 times. But after an hour, we finally found our hotel again. We crashed so hard. When I woke up I thought I had slept through the night, but it was only 8pm. Dinner was just around the corner. So we rallied and headed out to Las Ramblas, the ...
... just started his 4 month contract and isn’t liking it. He’s quite funny. Chris is Irish and he finishes his contract after the first leg of this cruise and he is well and truly ready to go home. Apparently they work every day and get to have lunch on shore once a week. I guess working on a cruise ship isn’t all that it is cracked up to be – or rather, what I imagined it to be.
At 4.30pm we had our evacuation drill and this is ...
... br> We began the day with coffee and muffins on the beach (well, technically in a coffee shop literally at the edge of Barcelonetta beach). They have real sand - pale and a bit gritty but easy to walk on and today, not hot enough to burn the feet. The whole waterfront area was reclaimed from industrial and slum housing before the 1992 Olympics and it has a wonderful safe and relaxed feel about it. We've decided the lack of waves, and ...