Los Girasoles I Hotel
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... I thought there was to be WIFI on the 8 hour bus ride, and there was not…. I fumbled my way through the streets with all my luggage and a raging headache, not to mention the occasional twinge of pain coursing through my left inner thigh. I asked multiple people the way to the hostel but none knew exactly how to get there. Finally I asked in a realestate business, in my scattered spanish and they helped me! A map, english, and a chair. I was ready to set out again, this ...
... with large wedding parties over the
weekend. I climbed up to Placa San Nicolas at sunset, and the views of the
Alhambra across the valley were as stunning as advertised, all ochre and burnt
sienna and commanding.
Taking in the quaint beauty of this special place, breathing in the jasmine, orange and rosemary along the way. Delighting in the tuberoses scenting my room. All is truly well.
... could change. Unfortunately the Lakers lost with 100 - 103, but if you haven't been to a basketball game and you have the opportunity, you should really go! After the match we walked around the staples center and the next day we took the bus to San Diego where we would get our car and cross the border to Mexico!!
We spent two days in Mexico, the first day in a little beach city called Rosarito, the city itself wasn't much more than a road but when we went to the beach we ...
... if your a fussy eater though as you can't choose what they will serve you!
Went to a bar with a shot menu on the second night with some cool Chillean girls and some French boys, soft shots, medium shots and hard shots, all just 1 euro each only differnce being the strength started of strong and then payed 2 euro for absynth shots aftert that we stuck to the soft; playted a fun game of Foosball! My team one! Yay! Then headed out to some mega clu
... getting dark by the time we left the cathedral, so we decided to meet up with some of the others. When we did, they were STILL milling around, spending 20 minutes discussing where they should eat dinner while complaining that they were very hungry. Anna and I decided it was a good idea to not stick with the most indecisive group ever to exist. Since we had just eaten (the others were not on Spanish time), we offered to go pick up some drinks ...