El Soto de Roma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... prescribed. For the whole seven days he was the epitome of misery.
In the meantime Lexi discovered that if he jumped from the stair landing across the patio to our bedroom window and land on the very narrow window sill he could squeeze through the widow bars into our room. This, from the kitten who could not jump off the low roof onto the terrace because it was too high.
The cats are strictly forbidden to go into the guest bedrooms of the ...
... counter who could if she wanted to speak English but chose not to, even though her job is to greet foreigners. Hmmmmm. How annoyed were we when wed not taken the correct part of the boys birth certificates and had to endure the whole twisted rig moral again today! There have been two occasions this week when Alex and Lewis have had a sleep simultaneously and this has lasted about an hour and fifteen minutes each time. On ...
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 ...
... between two dorm rooms which I thought was going to make reserving a spot tough, but I only had to wait in line once. Interestingly there is a buday next to the toilet. I was tempted to use it after I did my business but how do you dry yourself afterwards? Do you just use toilet paper? Is there a special baday towel? Do I just air dry? So many questions.
I hiked up to the Mirador de San Nicolás to get a look at ...
... structures and artwork. It's breathtaking, and we still can't comprehend how old it was. Granada has a really fascinating history. It's said to have been populated by Iberians from at least the 8th century B.C. The region has furthermore experienced Phoenician, Greek, Punic, Roman and Visigothic influences. Here is some more info.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Granada After a long walk around the castle we went back to the hostel via the markets. ...