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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Xalteva Granada
We stayed at Hotel/Condo Xalteva for a month and loved it. Lovely, safe, quiet place with friendly people and super helpful staff. Excellent.
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... case The Real World isn't waiting so very much against her will and the emotional blackmail of the girls she is heading back home. Lots of emotions flying about. I silently stood back.
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... with several major injuries, but expected to make a full recovery. In 7 years of running this hotel, he had never had anything like this happen to a guest. I have said from time to time, "when the bus leaves with your name on it, there isn't anything you can do about it". I never dreamed I'd be inside the bus. The next day we mustered the courage to try the tour again. That morning the van arrived with a big sign "Eric's Tours" and both the driver and the guide were ...
... his hand, pulling, prodding, blood everywhere, a random traveller offering beterdine and a bandaid, long walk back home to hotel hell, room smells like toilet, it's so hot and muggy, cold shower, mud in every crevasse, throw out clothes, throw out shoes, spiders, geckos, Mosquitos hanging out in our room, changed, out for dinner, booked our way out tomorrow, time to get out of here, back to $7US a night hotel hell, spiders, ...
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