Intercontinental La Torre Golf Resort Murcia
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... has not been rediscovered. The huge fortress was abandoned ..rediscovered in the 19th century..and returned to some of its former glory. Descriptions of it in old poetry helped to restore it. "The Original Red Castle" Alhambra ..was remarkable.. The mathematical feats alone breathtaking! It was a grand tour I was unable to download my pictures..took tooooo many. Suzanne has a bunch. Here goes So..we had our siesta, FaceTime with our ...
More sun today and the forecast has improved for the next two weeks with sun beaming each day!
Another tennis match this morning with our German friends, Ingrid and Robert. Split sets this time...they're not as nervous about Buzz as they once were and they figured out who's the weakest player on our team and kept hitting to her.
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... gareth and I have got drunk. Unplanned and so much fun. We haven't had a minute to ourselves as the boys have decided that 9pm is the new 7pm and they're still up at six. They have whined, cried, screamed, shouted, fought with each other and generally been hard work since we got here. Don't get me wrong they've been loads of fun too, its just meant that when the opportunity has arisen we've just turned to drink to ...
... dusk approached to it with the changing colors of the day. To get there from the hostel you go up a large hill filled with streets with lots of twists and turns so it is easy to loose your direction. My advise is just keeping going up and don’t even bother looking at your map because it will just get you lost. Along the way you pass several arab shops selling souvenirs, restaurants serving traditional cuisine from that part of the world, ...
... a walk through An Indian street, or the hippie shop in springwood! There were a lot of people about too, lots of young people with dogs. Granada is quite an alternative place, well the areas in which we were staying. It is full of really nice people, playing lots of music. Across the road from our hostel is a reasonably cheap Chinese restaurant so we bought noodles and a giant springroll and had that for dinner before crashing out... Goodnight ...