Melia Sol y Nieve
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... main avenue of Phenom Pen. Independence Monument looks pretty splendid all light up with different colored lights, the trees have white lights a bit like our Christmas, but soon it will be Chinese New Year. The restaurant was excellent the food had many unusual flavours. For dessert I choose Pumpkin Creme Brouily and sylvia had Palm Fruit with Tampioca both unusual and very tasty. After we walked around the square and promised the tomorrow we would come ...
... br> the kids go home from school. Many of the children were being picked up by
their Grandmother’s, others by an older brother or sister. From here we
wound our way back to our place so Brad
could rest up – he needed relief from his hernia support! Once rested we went wandering to the train
station to see where it was located (it’s huge, about 2 square blocks), then on
to the Prado art Museum – considered one of ...
We eventually made it to granada and booked into a hostel. It wasn't very cheap and it's the dirtiest, loudest, non furnished place we have ever been. The place if so full of pot smoke that we were choking as we tried to climb the stairs to the top floor where our room is joined to the balcony area. In the room the only furniture was a makeshift bed. It wasn't a mattress, but it was a home made version of one. There was a working power outlet which was a bonus. We dropped our ...
... a pace at least 2 times slower than the pace we had arrived.
Then we grabbed tea and something extra at an Arabian themed tea place. We also has batido which is Spanish milkshake and crepes. Once again we reached the epitome of relaxation. Then we engaged in some thrift shopping where I bought a skirt and a coat of a design I would never have bought in the States but it just seemed very fit for the streets of Madrid and I was getting tired of my ...
... We weren't disappointed, either. We had the same starter plate as last night, then proceeded to 2 great main dishes. I had Argentinean sausages with potatoes, and Kris had the best brisket ever - so tender you could cut it with a fork - it reminded us of pot roast. For dessert, we split one of those delicious Crema de Cataloņa helado dishes, and topped it all off with café con leche. Wonderful!
The rest of the afternoon ...