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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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This hotel had a fantastic breakfast selection, the hotel itself and its facilities were great
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Sometimes we have surprises on our trip. We stopped at a service station on the road for a break and it was great. There were a few shops and a takeaway coffee that allowed me to browse while drinking the coffee as we only had 20 minutes to go to toilet, eat, drink and shop. It is pretty difficult to do all this in a short amount of time. I did it …
... At the halfway point we had a break and he told us about some of the other tours they offer, including a tapas tour and pub crawl. We decided it sounded like a good idea so we signed up for that night. Only €20 for the tapas tour and pub crawl! So cheap! At the end of the walking tour we grabbed some lunch, beer and tapas in the sun. Loving how cheap it is here! After lunch we continued to check out the sights of Madrid. We ...
... place, his tomb is in the floor surrounding the main altar. The cross is 150m high, the highest in the world. There are two figures on the front of the Basicila, over the door, the lowest one is 12m long. There are about 40,000 men buried in the bascilla, the areas to see these are for family only. The Basicila goes back into the mountain, the main altar is under the giant cross. The work to make this building must have been so extremely hard as it's all ...
... Spanish Gothic was basically out as a style so they didn't end up having almost any here.
Everyone said I needed to wander around the Albycin section of town, which is one of the three hills that Granada is founded on. I did that and found it kind of boring. It's a lot of white Spanish houses and small alleyways that don't have any shops or people. Maybe the occasional person. It was on the way to the St. Nicholas lookout though, which ...
... central park-like courtyard, the columned balconies that linked the rooms were glassed in and the day was sunny and groups of grade two children were walked and sat in front of pieces and engaged by the teacher engaged, delightful.
Once we had mostly explored that level, we realised it was lunch time and walked to the Dolores for the seafood tapas we had lucked in on earlier. The place was lively and fun, the food light, quick ...