La Villa Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... friendliness and kindness. The language! I didn't know much but I loved trying to learn and remember new words. I loved being able to try to fit in, even though I never would. The hair braiding! It would have been so much easier with real hair, but I loved the look of it, and you just can't get away with that here. The friends you make, both from Africa and around the world. The taxi playlist! Playing those songs here just don't have the same affects! Being able ...
... each day as it came. The scenery was again spectacular, the villages simply gorgeous, the Sangria and tapas delicious. We loved Granada and stumbling across Calpe which provided us with the opportunity to snorkel and kayak. Then to catch up with our dear friends Sorcha and Steve in Barcelona was the cream on the cake! By the way… the best Sangria was in Granada at the little bar set into the side of the hill overlooking the Alhambra followed closely by ...
... height: 19px;">Spacious and colourful the interior matches well with the rest of the features of the suite, however the plush velvet red curtains add an extra touch of glamour and style, while the soft lights create a romantic atmosphere. The huge King Size bed, soft and inviting had all kinds of pillows in different colours and shapes and was dominating the room on one side overlooking the huge decorative fireplace on the other. The suite was partly carpeted and centrally there ...
... to the souk several times for dinner and watching the crowds passing by I noticed that this etiquette of prohibiting tourists from holding hands, hugging in the street or wearing short sleeves did not seem to bother locals at all….at least the moment I were there! I came across several such instances and I was expecting that somebody might interfere or call the police to arrest them but luckily this never happened.
Locals were enjoying their food or ...
... fish tailing along the tops of dunes and at times were all leaning to one side of the vehicle hoping our added weight would keep our truck from going over the side. One of the trucks in our group wasn't as lucky and lost control. Luckily, the driver managed to pull the wheel in time so as the cruiser didn't roll, but they did take one heck of a steep nose dive down into a dried up waterbed. It took them several attempts to ...