Las Nieves Hotel
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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We walked past Las Copas (the place where my best new buddy was the waiter), and he insisted we stop in for dessert. Like we really needed that: cocktails, dinner, dessert, wine, tapas, and now more wine and dessert. Way off the diet reservation ...
... and the in depth information he provided us would have taken hours to research. After 3 hours we knew a lot more about this city of 300,000. 60,000 of them students as education and tourism are the main 'industries.' After a kebab and beer at a Turkish restaurant we then joined the hop-on hop-off bus to do a circuit of the city. Not very comfortable as we were in a trailer being ...
We left for Granada at 8 am in the morning from our meeting point, meaning I got up at 6:40 am (very sad). However, it was a 6 hour bus ride there so I got to nap, which made up for it. We drove through Spain, which was very beautiful itself. We arrived in Granada at around 2:30 and checked into the hotel. We then had some free time so we went around went tapa hopping. The one thing you need to know about Granada ...
... dad a mean sock tan and mother dearest a bather tan) nor do we particularly sound Spanish or have any ability at all to speak Espanol. Though we can relate well to the Spanish perspective on life. Move slowly (or amble in Possums case), enjoy yourself and each other's company, eat well (this one we do a little too well) and simply relax.
Apart from clocking excess ...
... I have been deciding which church I might want to get married in one day and I think we've picked around six haha. Mum and dad don't seem to participate in those conversations though!! Hmm I wonder why??
Although I have enjoyed all the touristy attractions (amusement parks, malls etc), I find that I am really getting into the history of the places we've been to and I am so intrigued by how everything worked in the ...