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The mass transportation system in Granada are colorfully painted old school buses.
Samantha choses to stay at this beautifully restored Spanish colonial hotel, located just off the main square.
In addition to fish, meat, fruit and vegetable vendors, the market has a food court of sorts.
Just outside the Central Market area is Calle Atravesada -- one of Granada's original streets.
Everyone in Granada knows this local spot as Wayne's Zoom Bar.
Now, you can't get this food in a restaurant -- you have to go to the homes of the women who make them.
During Samantha's stay in Granada, she discovers a unique volunteer organization called La Esperanza Granada.
La Prusia Village
During her visit with Carolyn, a volunteer at La Esperanza Granada, Samantha visits the little village of La Prusia.
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