Hola a todos! Finals and the end of the semester are quickly approaching, so in today's post I'm going to talk about cafés throughout Granada- some with wifi, some with gf treats & others with amazing coffee. Why cafés? They're great places to study and spend time with friends! If you're interested in places with wifi or … Continue reading Cafés de Granada
Hola a todos! It has been FOREVER since I posted...many apologies! I have exactly 12 days left in Spain and it has been a whirlwind of activities. On April 28th, I travelled to Madrid with Julia! We took a night bus there and back, so it was quite a long but amazing day 😊 In … Continue reading Madrid, Día del Trabajadora, Día de la Cruz, los Vengadores, nuestro tiempo en Nerja y más…
On Saturday, our Sol group travelled through the outskirts of Granada to a small pueblo called Dúrcal, where Germán is from! There, we spent most of the day in his family's cortijo- a small structure with a kitchen, a bathroom, and fields/gardens- learning how to cook some traditional Spanish dishes. Like what? Well, tortilla de patatas, arroz … Continue reading El cortijo
Friday afternoon, Sol organized an amazing activity oriented around flamenco! 💃 After hiking up to las cuevas de Sacromonte, we settled into our activity. The flamenco site we went to was unique in that it is family owned, and is actually where Michelle Obama went to see a show. She even signed one of the … Continue reading Flamenco!
Friday afternoon started with a fun adventure to a games cafe! The cafe is called Continental Cafe Pub and is a pretty neat place- click here for their website. Once you enter and order a drink, you can head over to the game bookshelf near the counter and select any game of your choice. Many of the … Continue reading Craft Fair, Board Games & la Noche en Blanco