Hotel Telecabina Montana
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to wait for me. In my head I was saying, "please don't wait," and so I then drive to the furthest point in the car park, thinking hed get fed up waiting and walk off. I even pretended to look for something in my boot to delay me, but as I headed out of the car park he was waiting. I smiled a big smile, said, Hola and dreaded the next 8 minutes. The problem with this whole thing is that, this guy is French and speaks no English at all and my French is not great ...
... of rain after our tour of the Nasrid palaces to listen to information about some of the areas we didn’t make it to. He did however, manage to get back down to the city before realising he had forgotten to hand the audio tour back in so we had to go all the way back up the hill to retrieve his ID from the main reception.
For our evening meal we went back up to the Mirador de San Nicolas to the Restaurantes Estrellas de San Nicolas. This is not a budget eatery by any ...
... so apparent. As the dances became more intense and elaborate, the vibrations and lights started to suck me in. I put my camera down and took it all in. At the end, I was happy with the shots I got and even more happy that I let myself fully embrace the experience and absorb the whole thing.
Today after class a housemate and I walked back up through Sacromonte for views of the city, alhambra, but mostly to see the Museo ...
... program because I really believe that it would be beneficial for me to give back a little of what I have while I am here. Obviously, there is no comparison to the gift that I've been given (to be able to study in another country for two months) but it keeps me grounded.
This weekend a few friends and I will head to Lagos, Portugal. I am so nervous. I am already outside of my comfort zone in Granada but in Portugal I fear it will only get more intense. Because of ...
... same today, which is quite remarkable. You could just picture the people privileged enough to gain entry to the summer palace, to be resting in the shaded portions of the courtyard, taking in the views of Granada beyond. The water used throughout this palace and in the other palaces was not only used for aesthetic and religious purposes (water symbolizes purity in the Qaran), but also to direct water from the nearby river to the rest of the complex in a ...