Apartamentos Verano Azul
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... trying things when she is brave enough. Daniel too sometimes. We enjoy our evening relaxing together (Gretchen and Garth went out for dinner earlier. We saw them at a restaurant on our way to the plaza in town).
Back at the house we get ready for the night. This rental house is cozy and very comfortable to hang out in. Eve counted...there are eight floors. More importantly, there are comfortable beds for everyone !
Last summer we went to Spain.
We woke up really early, about 4am because our flight left at 7 and we wanted to be on time. The flight down went really smooth with no trouble or stress, when we landed my grandpa was waiting for us at the airport to give us a ride to our apartment.
When we came to our house we were really tired so we just unpacked, ate lunch and chilled. Later that day we went to the beach to swim, it was ...
... It is decorated with many Roman murals featuring their gods and goddesses. In the gardens you can sit underneath the orange trees and contemplate the mixture of ornate architectural styles while water gurgles in the background.
Speaking of water, we found something that is probably as close as you can get to heaven on earth. The Arabic Baths. Take an hour and a half off from life and circle in between the cold, warm and ...
... back to the hotel while two others and I stayed out and had a great time!
We had breakfast at 9 again and left for La Alhambra at 11 after checking out of our rooms.
I simply cannot put words to the beauty of La Alhambra. It is so amazing, breathtaking, and unbelievable. We spent several hours here, and did not see the whole thing- it is huge. This was the most archaeologically rich building I have ever seen. I was nearly ...
From the church, we decided to go to the Albacyn, which is the oldest part of town. It consists of a maze of tiny streets and alleyways, and all white houses that all look identical. The goal was to get up to San Nicholas point, which provides a great view of the Alhambra and Granada. Emily was under the impression that I had any idea where I was really going rather than just aimlessly wandering uphill in search of it. ...