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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Inglaterra Granada
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Got up early (by Spanish standards) and after skyping the kids, went in search of breakfast. Found a place mentioned in Lonely Planet called Gran Café Bib Rambla. It was quite a popular place, but our Spanish wasn't up to asking for a menu, so we ordered a pastry and café con leche. I had something like a pane ou chocolat, which I don’t …
We got up and packed before having breakfast at the hotel. No Nutella this time and no madeleines either. But very enjoyable. Then we went for a walk over to Notre Dame. It really is an amazing place.
There was some VIP being escorted by three soldiers with machine guns. Not your everyday sight in NZ. Then back to the bowl to collect or …
... was on our own. We decided to try one of the tapas restaurants near the restaurant. The menu was in Spanish with English in parentheses. We thought tomato, olive oil, garlic, with bread was a plate of marinated tomatoes to put on bread like bruschetta. It was really cold tomato soup, drizzled with olive oil and sprinkled with fried garlic pieces. The bread was a few croutons. Oh, well. It tasted good and a glass of wine was only $2.5 euro, ...
... At first we didn't love this place but it grew on us and we did come to like it (except for the steep hill every time we went anywhere.
We did our usual of buying groceries and beer and wine and then wandered about the old town. Initial impression was that Seville was neater/cleaner but, again, we came to like Granada.
We find that we enjoy a city more if we do the walking tours so we signed up ...
The last two days have been a combination of tour de Granada and introduction to classes. Yesterday I took the level test, and I was put in Spanish 5 (yay?). The focus is going to be on speaking and grammar, which is perfect--although today one of the professors taught us that we should say, "de puta madre" to say something is cool (the American equivalent of "*****in'"). I don't think I'll be using that expression in front of Ana, but we'll see. ...