Our first stop was Granada, where we saw the Alhambra and the cathedral of Granada.
Next we headed to Córdoba, where we visited the great mosque which is now a cathedral. To get to the historical part of the city we had to walk across a GIGANTIC bridge in the scorching sun, 4 times. In on of the photos is me in the, "flower alley," a little walking street with barely any width at all.
Sevilla was my favorite city to visit. We were able to see the cathedral there, the tower of gold, and the plaza de España.
Once in Portugal we stopped at a hotel that was full of people, but it was silent. Apparently Rotary found the ONE hotel that is basically a mausoleum. We went to the beach for a while, my first time in the Atlantic I think. Got up early the next morning and headed for Lisbon.
In Lisbon we spent 4 days, going to the Rotary International Convention 2 days. I met so many amazing people, got some great pins, and had bunches of fun.
Our last stop was Salamanca. We had a 3 hour walking tour, then free time until dinner, then we went clubbing. We danced and had fun, some too much fun. But we all made it back to the hotel alive.
We drove the Madrid and I went out to eat with some friends, later to be picked up by Tanner's (exchange student who lives by me) host parents. Now I am calmly packing, doing last minute sightseeing and shopping, and trying to cherish my little ones for these last few days. See yall soon!