- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... park, there 's an excellent view of the Palace and the Cathedral Al Mo NASA. Our next stop at the <b>Plaza Espana</b> are the statues of Don Quiote, Cervantes, and . our third stop was at the <b>Plaza Oriente</b> by the <b>Royal Palace</b> to view some of the statues of the emperors of Spain. We continued our tour on the bus, passing through <b>Estacion de Atocha</b> ...
... or you can get tickets for everything except the Nazir palace. Unfortunately, when I checked online a few days in advance, all of the tickets for the ENTIRE month of April were sold out (for the general tickets). Whoops! Should have booked further in advance.
When I got in to Granada, the lady at the front desk said that tickets were available and when I checked again, they WERE available for both Saturday and Sunday so I was really excited but ...
Slowly I opened my eyes and the room was still very dark. I thought I detected a bit of movement out of the corner of my very bleary eyes and turn over. Holy ****, is that Cat Woman? No, it's just Fiona doing her morning stretches in the dark. Actually it's almost 9am and Fiona has let me sleep in while trying to do something other than just lie in bed. So, we have a late breakfast and leave the Hotel shortly before 10am. Holidays are a tiring affair, especially ...
... Thursday 28 March 2013: I wanted to go to Toledo on Thursday, however I soon realised this is what everyone in Madrid wanted to do on Thursday and it was virtually impossible to get a train in the morning. So I booked a train for the following day and also organised my bus to Cordoba for Monday. This took longer than I expected too, grrrrrr!!! I did feel a bit like I'd wasted my time that morning, the weather was really nice too!! Oh well, I went back to Sol (in the centre) and ...
... we've been in Europe (OK except maybe Austria!), and are already thinking about when we can come back.
We made it back to the cottage with only one wrong turn, heated up leftovers, and enjoyed dinner with good bottle of three-year-old Spanish wine. Oh, and a big ol' half-pound chocolate bar! John says he's liking the Spanish wine even more than the Italian wine we've had. Jury's still out for me. I have a weakness for Chianti. And let's not forget the ...