El Soto de Roma
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... whilst out on the water. My first trip out last Saturday didn't provide me or anyone else sat near us on the beach an experience like that. The sea was a little choppy and Gareth had already been out a couple of times and fallen off loads, so I wasn't that keen on getting on but Gareth basically badgered me that much, I jumped on the bloody thing just to get away from him. As soon as I got on it, Lewis started bawling and for those of you who have heard Lewis ...
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 ...
... distance. They are white and there is lots of water and mosaic tiling in the complex. Very interesting and impressive. The shapes kind of remind me of the Sydney Opera House. Perhaps. Mac, you can correct me given your experience with the Calatrava firm but there are some critics of his work who say the designs are not practical and do not respond to the needs of the clients. No one could argue they are not statement pieces and certainly attract loads ...
... someone trying to clear their throat...(they have a lot of trouble with Heather's name pretty much everywhere we've been).
There is a San Andres church here, but we didn't have time to visit it...oh well.
The mini-bus rides were something. After years of riding buses, I finally get a bus driver with a personality and I can't understand anything he says! The funny thing about the shouted conversation was that they both worked for the same company and had ...
... a couple miles straight uphill ( with a break for Sangria and tapas of course) to the Alhambra complex. We started the tour at Generalife gardens, then did Alcabzar, palace Carlos V, then finally, the Nasarid Palace. Tons of history here. Built on Roman Ruins, then Moore Islamic Palaces for the Sultans, then conquered for Catholics by Isabel and Ferdinand in 1942. Amazing ...