Vincci Granada Hotel
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Leaving Valencia at 8.00am we travelled south to Alicante on the coast of Spain where we had a rest stop. That is where the the worlds largest and most vibrant resort in Europe is located, Benidorm. It used to be a small village but has been transformed into a tourist mecca. Now it's known for its hotels, skyscrapers and thousands of tourists ( …
We had a late start this morning. On the bus by 9.30. We departed the Costa Del Sol through green hills to the white-washed village of Mijas. We strolled through the old streets and gardens to take in the views of the coast. We found a little place selling ceramics and then another little place to have churro which is dipped in a cup of thick …
Countryside by Bus Boarded the bus @12 noon eta Granada 3pm. Getting glimpses of the countryside...lots and lots of olive groves, orange groves , vineyards, windmills and solar panels. Right now we are about halfway and in very hilly/mountainous area but beautiful! Am trying to capture as much as possible through bus window ( yikes! My ears are popping so we are high up!). Temp is now 20 (cooler) and raining. Vegetation much denser. The tall ...
... realised that there was not much understanding or speaking of English so we took the easy option and had their set menu which, as it turned out was rather nice. We did of course wash it down with some local wine, it would after all have been rude not to. We had a delightful night, and being that it is daylight until around ten o’clock it was just lovely sitting out on the front verandah drinking in the superb views (and wine).
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... accent.) At around 1:30 AM, our bus arrived at the border between France and Spain. The customs officer boarded our bus and proceeded to check everyone's documents. I had been rudely awoken from my precious slumber when we made this stop, so I was still a bit groggy by the time he got to me. I heard him mutter something in Spanish (very quickly might I add), but the only word I caught was "come". All I could muster to say was, "Sorry, I don't speak much Spanish." He ...