AC Hotel La Finca by Marriott
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... out, in case there are any other uninitiated out there are like appetizers, they are small servings and you order a bunch---who knew? Lots of folks I know, but not us. We ordered two things, and he said it was not enough, so we ordered 2 more, still not enough, but he seemed to think that since we were so dumb to order water to drink that he would bring us some very expensive water in glass bottles and that would make up for it. No wonder they talk about "ugly ...
... br> Then we had a choice of fish or steak. We all chose steak and it was absolutely delicious. It came with 1/2 baked potato. Oh, before that they served bread with tomato and none of us liked it.
There was an accordian player who did all American songs and he had Peggy sing and dance with him - it was great. We took lots of pictures, haha.
For dessert we had our choice of lemon sorbet, vanilla or chocolate ice cream. Three of us had chocolate ...
... being nowhere near where we thought, so we decided to return home. On the bus ride home we discovered more about Sara, who I've deduced is a classic smart outer suburban girl who, perhaps to fit in, dumbs herself down. We arrived back at the hostel and got started on dinner. Our grand plan was to cook several kilos of pesto pasta and store them in zip lock bags for the overnight train (the Lusitania Trenhotel is the only way to get directly from Madrid to Lisbon and ...
... learned a couple things during our Menu del Dia experience: 1. Ordering successfully in Mexican restaurants does not necessarily correlate to successful ordering in Spain. Monica and I ordered the same first course only because it was the only thing we could decode. Patatas con Carne (potato and beef soup). In the end, they were out of the carne, so we ended up eating potato and fish soup - it was so much better than it sounds! We stumbled equally through the main course ...
... have Fish and Chips on the menu. Most of the people speak English as well as Spainish very handy. Next down to Costa De Sol. It is a 115km stretch along the Mediteranean 2-3 streets deep that attracts tens of thousands of tourists all year round. Majority of people are aged fifty plus. You would never know the Spanish economy was in such a mess. At Granada we visited the "Alhambra". A unesco ...