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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... remarkable when you know the history behind them and the significance of the decorations. The audioguide is okay, but it doesn’t bring it to life like a real person would. I did some reading beforehand, but I could have done more…
Unfortunately, our second day in Granada was cold and rainy. We couldn’t complain because we hadn’t seen rain for a few weeks. We were thankful it wasn’t on our Alhambra day, but ...
Tomorrow being a long transition day we arose at 8 this morning to check our exit strategy. We have to get to the station early, so need to check whether there will be cabs at the nearby taxi rank; plan B, where is the number 33 bus stop on Gran Via? That established, we had breakfast out in a regular Granada institution on the Gran Via (love the fresh orange juice served everywhere) and walked off into the Realejo, the Jewish quarter, to look at craftsmen's workshops. It was too ...
02.07.2013 Tuesday: Test day!
This morning we got up and went to CLM for our placement test. I was calm until I sat down in the chair in a room full of people that were capable of reading, writing and understanding spoken Spanish. I can get by with vocabulary but the comprehension is difficult. Hearing and reading instructions are two things that do not come easy for me. I can bs my way through writing if I know what is being asked of me. When ...
... If you go around the side of the cathedral, there's a little door with a bell you can ring. One of the nuns will unlock the door and you can ask to buy something from their little kitchen. Of course, since the nuns don't interact with the public, you can't see them when they open the little door/window. It's completely blocked by a lazy susan type thing and you just tell them what you want and spin your money around for it. We got the part of communion bread that isn't cut out into ...
... often in the 40's but there was a neighbours pool we had use of which was a luxury.
The town itself was home to 4000 people and had 43 bars many of which we spent some time in during our stay! Lots of tapas and beer were had and a chance top catch up with some of our new friends. Such good people seemed really pleased we were spending some time in there home town.
Lozza the Aussie was due to head back ...