Vincci Seleccion Rumaykiyya
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... photos. Most of the work is by Raul Ruiz who is better known as El Niño de las Pinturas. After walking up and down the narrow streets we stopped at a beautiful square to have a cortado. Once we had refuelled we headed off to "La Cappella Reale" (the Royal Chapel) where Issy and Ferdi (the king and queen who United Spain) were laid to rest. It is a very impressive place - the workmanship was so beautiful and detailed and ...
... we use in donuts. Very strong clove taste, interesting and good. It would be perfect with coffee. This week has really been like boot camp. I've been walking about 8 miles a day, maybe more. And a lot of it uphill. I decided to wander around the Albaycin neighborhood, since I haven't done much hill work today. I stopped in to the Arab Baths (non-functioning), and found a lot of interesting old buildings. Tonight we have to pack, and tomorrow we go to ...
... hanging out with new friends. Earlier today I had a massive headache and serious sinus pressure/congestion. I'm not sure if I'm getting sick or its just a change in weather pressure. Either day it was a pretty miserable morning. I've also come to the conclusion that I have a coffee/caffeine problem since I had that massive headache the one day I didn't get a coffee on the way to school. Ruh Roh ...
... cathedrals. Granada was largely an Islamic community before la Reconquista (a centuries long war fought by the Catholics to create a Catholic Country and won by Isabella la Catolica and her husband Ferdinand). The city is full of mezquita cathedrals, and monuments to Isabella la Catolica, Ferdinand, and Christopher Columbus. There were some structures in the city that dated back to the 14th century, including one of the old entry ports to the city.
... dinner yet and apparently everyone eats together at the feast ;) So when it was time to eat, I was starving and having to focus on the language makes you even more hungry. The lady of the house had made couscous with salade and chips, because here they serve chips with almost any dinner. When I was standing in the line to get some couscous, one of the ladies said, don't you want some coucou? and i was like.. what? yes, coucou..? and then I figured she was talking about couscous. As you ...