Alicia Carolina Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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Going to bed so early meant that we awoke at 6. Off for a shower, "whoa there" cold. Yes cold shower is this some sort of a training camp. Down to the restaurant for a cup of tea. The restaurant is on the beach and totally open with two floors, fabulous place to eat and dream. Then we ordered breakfast, having not eaten since 4 pm yesterday we were hungry so ordered banana pancakes and a plate ...
... under her jumper and got it back!! Just shows you do have to be careful and it isn't the people you expect to rob you it is the very respectable looking ones that catch you off your guard. We are going out tonight to see the Gypsy flamenco dancing in a cave & then walking to look down at Alhambra in the moonlight. It will be many layers of clothes tonight I think but should be really interesting. It is 12.27 and We have just got back from our night ...
... arrived there was a torrential downpour with thunder and lighting in the near distance. We sought refuge inside a bar and waited for a break. The place was crowded but one group stood out since one of the guys was dressed in a cute skirt and lacey top. His face was painted in national colors. We watched with amusement trying to figure this one out. It turned out the guy was getting married and this was his bachelor party . Take note, ...
... in every person. He could see God in people. His aim to care for Granada's poor and sick was now a reality. He needed a larger place for his hospital. With the help of his wealthy friends and supporters he bought an old convent on Cuseta Los Gomele's near the entrance to the hill leading up to Alhambra. This area was more "up-market" part of town and signalled John's acceptance into the Granada community as the Father of the ...
... of your surroundings. Know whether or not you're in the type of area where you need to hide your money or cover your body parts. During our venture to Morocco, we were constantly called out by natives for dressing in ways that they deem 'inappropriate'. Be cautious. Take heed of warnings and listen to your instincts.
7. Pack lightly! I came on this trip with one large half empty suitcase and I will be leaving with two completely full suitcases. Before you leave, make a ...