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... faith and story. She took us inside the Great Mosque of Granada, which is not normally open to the public. Next we took a tour of the Albayzin, the old Arab quarter of Granada. It is what I think of quintessential Europe, with its twisty turny roads that are barely big enough for a car to get through. It feels like a labyrinth and we have had a hard time getting in or out! The next day we met with Carmen who is a professor of law at the local university. She talked to us ...
... ice cold water. My little scream had Johan in the shower at no time, and he thought it was really funny. Up - a lovely king size bed, another luxury as most of the beds are two twins that are moved together. Down - Finally we went to bed around midnight just to be woken by a night stalker. Johan was woken by some noise at the door. The next moment the light went on, which happens when you open the door. By this time Johan was up and told the guy he had the wrong room. He turned ...
... who were keeping a close watch on any approaching police and we watched with amusement when a car had been sighted for you should have seen the call to action and swift movement as they all hid their wares!
It was here that a terraced restaurant caught our eye and so in we went, sat back on their comfy couches and extended our viewing pleasure for some time whilst we took in the vista over a couple of sangrias, which happened to be the best sangria thus far, ...
... plants that were not native to Spain, such as orange trees and roses and ... other things that I've forgotten. Even in the rooms there would be fountains and running water, as apparently this not only helped to cool down the room, but the sound of the gurgling water was pleasing and relaxing. Within the complex, you could see the different influences that the Alhambra had gone through. The architecture was mostly Islamic but here and there, ...
... t let others judge you for going out. If you think you're being a wet blanket by staying in, think again. Your experience is your business. Create it.
9. Establish independence. I was already an extremely independent person before I arrived in Granada, almost to a fault. I've realized that this trait has been invaluable in this experience. Many people on my trip talked to their friends, family, or significant other several times a day. Being abroad is the one real chance ...
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