Melia Sol y Nieve
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... evoking much anguish and emotion. Brad stood up twice with much enthusiasm to give a solo standing ovation yelling Ole, Ole!! I had to tug at his shirt to get him to sit down. Imagine if the guy had had a drink or two - he probably would have jumped up on the stage with them! It was very special to see a live performance in such an intimate setting. It was some of the best guitar playing we have ever witnessed. Wandered home under the stars with the ever present Alhambra in ...
... world travelers and are interesting people. Someone suggested we go for gelato so we got our money and headed out. I got a cup with pineapple and kiwi gelato. Yummy! I was pretty tired and my legs were tired so I figured I would make it an early night. Just then as we were standing on the street corner watching the police presence, Nygil and Amanda appeared and invited us to go along while they checked out a new tapas bar. We had just learned that the King of Spain had ...
... leisurely morning we headed into central Granada to check out the old town. Granada is an ancient city founded by the Iberians. For 250 years it was the capital of a Moorish kingdom, the Nasrid dynasty, who ruled until 1492 when Granada fell to the Catholics. However, the Muslim influence is still very noticeable here, especially in the Albayzin (the old Moorish quarter). After a look around the Cathedral, the old town, and the Albayzin ...
... there I had NO clue. Words started to all look the same and completely foreign. I gave up on that portion. Picked up the multiple choice and attacked that. First couple I breezed through. By about #10 I was slowing. The questions start with basic terminology and work into the more difficult tenses and what not. I fumbled through the next ten questions and left 2-3 blank. Then I knew I was done. Valiant effort and hope to get placed in level 2 for the ...
... to see my real passport before giving me my tickets, and of course I didn't bring it because I didn't want it to get lost or stolen. So I had a tiny moment of freak out that they weren't going to let us in. But we just flashed our most brilliant smiles and they let us go. Then we couldn't find our seats...everyone we asked (even people that worked there) kept giving us different directions. We went up, down, to the right, up, to the left and down again and still ...