Huerta del Laurel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
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... to hotel. It is our last night so we are going back to The Sugar Palm. When we arrive the restaurant was already full. Unfortunately we didn't get the same table as last night, but it's the food that we are here for and it doesn't disappoint along with a nice French Malbec Rosé. Sadly they only have fresh fruit or ice cream for dessert. On our way back to hotel Siem Reap is lit up with banners of lights across the roads, it looks just like ...
... I had to make my return dash to the station to get the train. I started sweating afresh, and negotiated a number swap with the next person in line. Finally, I got to the counter. 'Para Australia ' I cried, and plonked the box on the counter. 'And make it fast. I have a train to catch' She looked at the box, which had a sword symbol on it. 'No possible. Prohibited' 'No, no! Cochillos, cochillos! Para mi familia! My mother and father...gifts.' I cried. She shook her ...
... Rick Steves" name on Maria's menu board. Both of us remembered Maria from Rick's travel book " Europe Through the Back Door" or from 1 of his dvd's. We popped our head in and told Maria we knew Rick. She was delighted and we told her we would come back for dinner. We continued on our walk to another large square with views from a higher elevation. There were about 50 people gathered at the vista to admire the fortress Alhambra. Just ...
... not super expensive either. We tried many of the typical dishes of the south, for example, salamero, bull tail. After lunch we rushed over to the Alambra to get there in time. It was still raining and we had to walk around with umbrellas. The alambra is enormous. It has layers of walls, gardens and fountains everywhere. We first saw the palace of Nazaríes. The design and style of this building was so different than what I have seen. There is so much ...
... the Albaicin, the old Jewish quarter (and nicest area) of the city. We walked to the Mirador de San Nicholas, a beautiful square at the top of Albaicin showcasing great views of the Alhambra. We soaked up the views and listened to several Spanish guitarists perform for the onlookers in the square.
Tonight´s entertainment: a Flamenco show! We went with out German friends and snatched up ...