Hotel La Bocona
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel La Bocona Granada
Hotel La Bocona was great. The staff was incredibly nice. The location made for easy walking to historic sites and dinner.
You should know a few things before staying here, however....
1. You have your own bathroom... but it's across a large courtyard. So if you're like me and have to go potty in the middle of the night, it's not the most convenient thing to deal with.
2. Our room was along the street with nothing but shutters and bars between us and all the loud street noise. Yelling, loud cars and lots of honking made sleeping difficult. I'm a light sleeper so I didn't sleep much. So bring some serious ear plugs!
3. No airconditioning, fans only. Sounds like a westerner luxury we could do without... until it's hot as hell and you're trying to sleep. So if being comfortable at night and not sweating like crazy is a big deal to you, I'd advise another spot to stay.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Bocona Granada
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Yes, I am going to make the 8:30 tour with new friends, Lindsey and Josiah. They were fun and the $35 for an all day tour seems reasonable. I had all my things ready to go, so I was able to get up, dressed, have my breakfast of granola, on the milk and banana and slip out without waking the rest of the household. It was about a 15 minute walk to the tour office from my house.The streets were quiet at this time of the morning, so it was a nice walk down to the center.
... picked up by our hotel shuttle bus where a pool awaited. After chilling out for awhile, we headed to the city centre for an orientation walk where we bought quite a few pairs of sunglasses and packed ourselves on the world's largest hammock. Fun times aside, it was then off to Las Calzadas for happy hour and shena****ns where much happened. Sometimes what happens in Granada, stays in Granada ...
... the border on foot through the Mexican desert where he had ran out of water and had to drink his own urine. The other one was somebody on a different bus covered in gang tattoos who told me he had learned English in prison in the USA where he has spent 10 years for being part of a Latin American drugs cartel that trafficked cocaine and crystal meth through Central America. He said he had left that life behind now "10 yEars in prison man! I never did keel no one man." I flew out ...
... it's the fourth lunch of the day, but thank you for worrying, Mom.
Number 6: No there is no heating systems in Mexican homes. Yes, believe it or not, it is not hot and sunny all the time in Mexico. In my city so far the coldest it's been is about 37 degrees. I think that's pretty cold. All I'm gonna say is thanks goodness for the electric blanket in my bed.
Number 7 and the final one for the night: My mom said that we celebrate Christmas on ...
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Today was a productive day, starting off with a few hours interacting with the young kids playing games & singing songs & later this morning we continued on with our projects. The painters finished their mural & dug tyres into the ground & painted them for the children to play on. The paint ended up eating away at the paint brushes sending a bit of ...