Vita San Anton
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... The streets became more narrow and turned into alleys, we could not find ourselves on the map. Up - I saw a sign for an art exhibition, and thought at least we could not be to far from society if there is an exhibition. Down - we found the exhibition but the art was not to my liking, it was a study in human face and reminded me of Picasso's art, except that this was in the brightest colors ever, and you all know that I love color. Up - By chance we found the Arabic quarter, with ...
... 8217;d better have another one... The delicious Sangria and the awesome view had us in raptures over Granada.
Whilst we had contemplated another night in Granada, as we loved the city and the hotel in which we were staying, the location was awesome... we decided that we would hit the road. We took the Granada City tour in the morning to ensure we had not missed anything and found we had pretty much walked a similar route and seen most of the attractions, ...
... out... woke up in Granada it was a little chilly. When we got there we went up to change then we went exploring. Taylor really just wanted to shop for clothes and stuff so me her and Stephanie separated and went shopping. Then that night we decided to go to dinner it was me Taylor Stephanie, Mike and Alyssa it was a good time we went to a nicer restaurant and got whatever we wanted! I got a ceasar salad! it was great. This was also my first time ...
... to bring out the smell of the roses, oleanders, and magnolia sap.
This week is the celebration of the Corpus Christi festival. It's almost like Easter holiday but with more alcohol and more Spanish culture. When we walk down the streets, we see young girls dressed flamboyantly in dresses and some men are dressed the same. People are wearing strange outfits and speaking out of blow horns!
There are ...
... from dinner... and what we did taste.. tasted like dog-roll... there really does seem to be a range of Tapas.......
We then continued onto the Flamenco Show.. it didn't start until midnight, so we bought our tickets and waited in the cold until we were able to go in. It was in a little Flamenco bar called 'Le Chien Andalou' (The Andalousian Dog) which is funny, the fact it's name was in french.
Finally we were able to go in, and got led down into a ...