Gar Anat Hotel Boutique
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... Some of my favorite things about Spain is that all of the restaurants are very small and cute, with usually an outdoor seating area and home style cooking. This restaurant is run by one lady with seats for about ten people. She cooks until lunch time and then sells whatever she cooks. If she runs out of food, she goes home! Today we had a lot of time to ourselves. Early this morning we had a class discussion and then went out for the day. I went with another girl Megan to ...
Countryside by Bus Boarded the bus @12 noon eta Granada 3pm. Getting glimpses of the countryside...lots and lots of olive groves, orange groves , vineyards, windmills and solar panels. Right now we are about halfway and in very hilly/mountainous area but beautiful! Am trying to capture as much as possible through bus window ( yikes! My ears are popping so we are high up!). Temp is now 20 (cooler) and raining. Vegetation much denser. The tall ...
... friends from the UK.
As we walked down to the tarmac we were most surprised at just how small the plane was that lay in wait to fly us from Marrakech to Madrid. Upon boarding at row 23 we were the second last row however as more and more passengers headed to the rear of the plane, we found with amusement that they had been allocated seats in the non-existent rows of 26 and 27. Being fellow Aussie's they just laughed it off and once everyone had boarded ...
... I had met a rude French man. The entire time spent in France everyone was very pleasant and we couldn't figure out how they got their reputation, until we left the country and ran into them traveling elsewhere. The man pushed in line, yelled loudly to other people in his group and managed to cut in front of far too many people who were waiting for the limited number of tickets into the area. Sheesh.We hadn't eaten lunch but knew that we ...
... really really hot, but I certainly don't doubt the place now.
On our first day we high tailed it down as early as possible to try and get there to watch the NZ women take on Spain in their knockout match (meaning Hannah was also unable to climb the hill to see the castle). We got there for the second half which was great, and spent a while eating a couple of tapas and drinking at a little arab place that had the waterpolo on. Unfortunately NZ lost the game so ...