Hotel Granada Centro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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A few checks of the wristwatch during the night but a good night's sleep, getting up after 0600. The raspy throat remains but a very fair trade off.
Off c 0730 with Keith, Slow Poke and Wide Load to Ugarit, a nearby restaurant for brekkie. Fortunately Diego and Jennie came along and was able to sit with them for our modest repast of OJ, …
Awoke around 0200 with a very dry throat. Found the Fisherman's Friend cough drop for some relief. The 2H or so awake really affected my energy level for the day.
Brekkie was a bit lighter than usual. Should have had some honey. The Beast came in and sat at the furthest possible table from the rest of us. Her hubby David is nice, a …
... It is apparently a well preserved example of "a city within a city". Tourists are advised to book tickets in advance but since we didn't, we will go early (7am) to the ticket office and hope to score tickets as we're told there will be some available on first come/first served basis. Of course there are a lot of other attractions: museums, cathedrals, etc and we want to explore the city so we won't be bored. Our hotel was a lovely ...
... but we didnt find it :( gotta go next week with Taylor to find it before we leave. Then we came back to catch the bus. We got on the bus and Taylor brought me a giant hoho!! The one we saw in the store earlier in the trip! woot woot! It wasnt as good as i imagined it would be but still delicious! Then we left for Granada. Everyone was having very entertaining convos like would you rather get you balls cut off or your toungue etc... It was silly but eventually ...
... was edible because it was a muffin from a package and coffee or tea. During the flight they played Guilt Trip with Seth Rogen and Barbara Streisand, it was cute and kept me occupied for a couple of hours. Trying to sleep proved to be ridiculously difficult. Getting to Madrid was an answered prayer! Barajas airport was very simple to navigate, even though it was mostly in Spanish, it was color coded. Just find the blue signs with the letter to su puerta (gate). Also, ...