Intercontinental La Torre Golf Resort Murcia
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... at the huge Alhambra car park and went to the ticket office with proof that Lesley & I were elderly persons and collected the tickets for the 14:30 tour of the Nazrid palace. The rest of the Alhambra is available at any time, it is just the palace that is by timed entry. It was then we found that having a 14:30 time for the palace meant we were not allowed onto the grounds until 14:00, a bit of a B as I had planned to look at some ...
... was loud! On top of that Gareth proceeded to follow me along the coastline holding screaming Lewis shouting, "stand up.... Go on, stand up, Jay, get up on it, stand up come on." Im not sure why, but he seemed to use his best Northern accent for this. Alongside this Alex was also running along shouting, " go on Mummy, you can do this, go on." Lewis continues to scream and the other beach goers look what I can only describe as horrified as the Arnold ...
... br> All in all, we were sad to say goodbye to Valencia - we did not realize what a lovely city it was and would love to go back and spend more time. Didn't even get to see the beaches. However, Granada was calling.
Our gutless Peugot took us the 500km to Granada. Interesting drive on very quiet highways through lots of agricultural areas and through some pretty high mountains. We had a hair-raising adventure getting into the city - ...
As this week finishes up and we are heading to Cabo de Gata for beaches and water, it is sitting heavy that I am heading home next week. I have mixed feelings about this as I am enjoying every bit of this experience but I don't feel like I'm living MY life. I know upon returning, my life will not feel like my life anymore but with working and only having to answer to myself I know it will ...
... hills and cobblestones, frustrating administration (lines!), but glad we did it. The best $5 Euros we've spent so far was the taxi that drove us back down the hill. A noisy night at the Oasis Backpackers Hostel---Isobel has decided she didn't like "party hostels" but we have reserved another night (cheap---11E) so we can use wifi and take showers before our overnight ...