Melia Sol y Nieve
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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 ...
... a cab and asked him direct us to our room. Sini hopped in the taxi and I followed. The Albayzin district is one of those centuries old hill towns with passage ways, some with stairs, for streets. The taxi guy could only get us so far then pointed, it is somewhere down those steps. We parked Lucy and started our walk. About 5 minutes later we found our room but had no idea how we were going to get Lucy down there. Nicolas, our ...
Hello from Granada, in the Province of Andalucia.
Mike and I left the Costa Brava beaches on Tuesday. We enjoyed our 5 nights by the beach. Lots of relaxing, visiting some lovely small towns, swimming in the ocean and visiting with Al and company. The areas all along that coast are, generally, touristy and busy but the hotel we were in ,where Al has been many times, was first class, the views and weather spectacular. It was fun to gather for ...
Granada was a beautiful city in the southern part of Spain that we went to for a day. We went and saw the Alhambra. Not going to the Alhambra in Granada is like not going to the Eiffel Tower in Paris! La Alhambra is a fortress complex that later was turned into a royal palace and now is a huge tourist destination. Peter Alan dropped us off at the Alhambra and we met up with the rest of our group. This day I ...
... small streets, all on a human scale. A walk from the centre to the Arab Quarter (Albaicin) allows stunning views of the Al Hambra on the adjacent hill. The main square in Albaicin is on the same level, more or less, as the buildings of Al Hambra and it’s a great place to sit and watch the floodlights take over as the sun goes ...