Intercontinental La Torre Golf Resort Murcia
Travel Blogs from Torre-Pacheco
... pm. At 4 Nygil took us on a walk around the city and all the way around the cathedral. Then the plan was to take the number 31 bus up the hill but a cop told Nygil that the 31 wasn't running today so we hoofed it up to the top of the hill. No mean feat! But not too bad and fun to see the houses along there. We did see the 31 bus coming up the hill right when we got to the top. The view at the top was the Alhambra across ...
... ride but we pay anyway because neither of us is fluent enough to argue proficiently. Our ride gives us a great view of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. When we arrive at the Student Apartments, many of the other students have already arrived. Our resident director, Paula sends me with Edu (an AIFS assistant) to my homestay. On our ride he tells me so much about tonights Corpus Christi festival and explains the way people dress and what they do. My homestay is in ...
... day in Mexico we went to Ensenada which is a much bigger city, but also at the coast. The drive to Ensenada is beautiful, you see the ocean on your right side and the mountains and rocks on your left side, the province is called Baja California and if we had had the time we would have stopped. We spent a couple of hours in Ensenada and then went back to Rosarito to get our stuff and cross the border back to America, because we had a flight to Las Vegas to catch.
... get ready for lunch around 2 and surprisingly it usually takes about an hour to eat (more updates on food below). After lunch is one of my most favorite parts of the day.. Siesta time! I don't always sleep though, at least not for the full 2-3 hours anymore. Instead, I've been trying to plan a few trips and I catch up on the Bachelor and Pretty Little Liars (sweet addiction). Depending on the day, we usually go for a walk, do homework, or try to go shopping. It's been kind of ...
... With all the walking we were doing though, Steve was getting a nasty blister on his right foot. Since we had just taken the bus into Granada, we just wanted to chill out a bit and rest up. The lounge was nice and had free, tasty coffee so we kicked up our feet and did a bit more planning before rushing out the door. A guy in Malaga told me that it was really difficult to get day of tickets to Alhambra so that was first thing on our list of to ...
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