Intercontinental La Torre Golf Resort Murcia
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... ruin their day. I managed to stand up there and back a total of 15 minutes. None of it was serene and I'm sure it didn't get close to helping me burn off the 2 million calories id just eaten at lunch. The miserable looking older couple who were sat next to us, dragged all their belongings 100 metres in the other direction and put their parasol in a position in front of them, so they couldn't see us as well as hear us. I could have been offended but I ...
... brought out one at a time. Just about the time I was ready for dessert, another meat dish was brought out—grilled fish. I had a little and it was good but I was so full by this time. We found out later that the fish was served late because they kind of forgot it but didn't want to leave it out entirely—ha!
I was back to the house by 10:00 PM and went straight to bed. Another good day!
Note: I took all of today's photos with my Canon 30D!
After an afternoon of relaxation in the room, we headed over to the Alhambra with the group. We met in Plaza Nuevo. From there we walked up to the Alhambra. It was not nearly as steep as we were told. The views were AMAZING! Pictures are the best way to describe this experience. The tour was a little long but the views made up for it! Muy bonito!
We all came down as ...
... the Lions), which may have been the Harem. There are several other rooms, gardens and fountains, so this would have been a very calm and tranquil place to live. The palace visit exits to an area of terraced gardens, and a stairways lead from there back up to the entrance area. The Moorish architecture was elaborate and fascinating and it was interesting to imagine what life must have been like for those living there.
I had originally thought of ...
... the language is still a struggle for me, it is getting better. I managed to hand in my papers and when I wanted to explain why they were delayed she interrupted my story by saying no pasa nada, which means don't worry. One of the things I like about the Spanish is that they do not worry! I knew that the people were layed back, didn't worry about thing and took their time but i did not know was that the professors sometimes have the same attitude.
Another thing ...