Melia Sierra Nevada
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... walk on tiny little beads and you can't really 'walk' you have to slide - but I didn't think to change shoes!
Nat’s shiny new car was there waiting for her, she was going crazy whilst I was having a half-understood conversation with her dad with Nat butting in halfway through about how modern it is. I had to admit, it was pretty modern and I was so glad that I successfully convinced her against white. ...
... end of the house with the doors shut and she didn't stop complaining about the background noise).
Technology is rarely used, the teachers each have a laptop, with Windows XP (2001), but the kids don't have laptops or tablets and there is only one computer room in the whole school - with six computers! Even in math, there aren't any calculators! I swear that would still be better than the bloody touchscreen ones we had!
The learning itself is extremely old ...
... weather. We couldn’t understand any of the radio stations in the car and wondered if we were heading into or out of the worst. We stopped at the nearest petrol station and Pauline was searching for the right Spanish words to ask about the weather and the road condition, when the owner grinned and told her he was from Sydney and that she could speak English if she wanted. After lots of laughs and exchanges of contact ...
... lot in front of the castle entrance. Then we all walked onto the castle grounds, sat on benches, and admired the views while we waited for the ticket window to open.
The ticket window opened right at 15:00. The tickets cost 3 Euros per adult and 1.50 Euros per student. We all thought this was one of the best castles we have seen in Spain. In addition, it is only about 45 minutes from our house.
The castle was built in ...