so was your trip to Granada in 1999

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Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt in Granada.

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If there is a time that we evoke more nostalgia than the decade of the 2000s, that is the end of the nineties, when pop dominated the charts, the comedy ‘sitcom’ was content with the one that is having lunch at home, and the closest thing to a ‘smartphone’ was a revolutionary phone Dome in white —that always amarillaba—. By that time, slumbered beneath the earth series, ‘Friends’, which by the way reverts to a particular chapter in HBO Max, in part because of the ‘hype’ that awoke her protagonist Rachel Green, played by Jennifer Aniston. The architect of the court ‘Rachel’ went out with the other performers, fashion, Brad Pitt, couple that married in 2000 to separate in 2005. Now, in the midst of a new turmoil caused by the short-lived return of ‘Friends’ and of a reunion that both protagonizaban few months ago, we’ve pulled from press articles to remember one of the trips most secretive and little known to the couple, which made Granada in 1999, shortly before getting married. These are images of a couple of foreigners who take photos engrossed in a garden of the Alhambra, sandals by means of and an outfit that is so typical of the decade that if you concentrate on the photo you can almost hear the Backstreet Boys.

The couple walked holding of the hand when the local press surprised.

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She, very comfortable, was limited to observe, while he pulled of the reel.

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The wicks that the interpreter had then were the most imitated of the globe.

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Brad admitted after his visit to Spain that our country was left with Granada.

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In fact, he had already been on a couple of occasions, but during that trip led to Jennifer that it was his first time.

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You can’t be more noventera that Jen, please ?

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We challenge you to and you can continue with your day-to-day after seeing this loving image.

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