El Soto de Roma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... off school we are heading up to Grenada for a few night for a mini adventure. Hopefully well get to do some cycling and see some more of this beautiful place where we live. The weather here is really beautiful. It last rained two weeks ago and since then has been mid 20s every day with pure blue sky and sunshine. When it does rain it doesn't matter and is actually quite nice. Aims for the month ahead are do more exercise, take more photographs and keep on enjoying the ...
Our time in Spain is almost at an end - we can't believe it! Yesterday we did a guided walking tour with Juan who was amazing. His enthusiasm for Granada and it's history was terrific. He had seen Kylie Minogue on a late night talk show during the week and thought she was great so he was so excited to have a couple of Aussies in the group! We were also lucky to do the tour on a Sunday as the ...
... San Nicholas, a plaza lookout over the city and the citadel. There was a wide plaza with some trees with groups sitting around. A man was playing giutar and singing soulful flamenco echoing off the wall of the church across the plaza. We took in the view and then began our way down through the area.
I caught myself out, my expectations had been moulded by bits and pieces, implications about safety in this part of the Albaycin. The place was clean, light, white, airy and ...
... spain, we are getting gipped in Australia where it comes to alcohol! Perfect timing for the sea urchins to kick in and have pay back on my foot when I'm dancing up a storm.. So our lovely leader, Matthew, had to carry me home early.. We tried to keep partying and ended up with a noise complaint. The girls came home a while later with a stray Australian from Newcastle after downing more shots and poor beck was kept awake while the others (and other Americans in our room) kept ...
... 1. Open your mind. Realize that the customs and the ways of thinking differ dramatically from where you are from. In Spain, they eat hot food when it's blazing hot outside because they believe it's good for you. They also don't use air conditioning. At all. As an American, you will not get used to this but you can't argue with them about it.
2. Be willing to change. Understand that by traveling elsewhere, you are subjecting yourself to something new. If you made the ...