Petit Palace Tres Cruces Centro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... and what was the original masonry work, wood carving and glazed tiles. The ability to create such masterpieces back some 600 years ago is just incredible.
Another highlight of our tour of the Alhambra was the Generalife gardens which were originally planted to serve a dual purpose of providing produce for the palace and also to be used as decoration. Now they are purely ornamental and even though we were a bit late for everything to be in bloom, they were ...
... home, we came to an awkward thing. We came back to our rooms, and there was a bra left in my roommates room, and stockings. Awkward, but hopefully that will be taken care of soon! Anyways we were here just for like a half hour, and than she made us dinner, FISH again. Third day in a row.... I might go insane. Tonight I'm going to look over my stuff, might go out just to explore some more with my friends before I go to bed. We shall see ...
... though today. There were extra waiters employed and just after lunch when we went down (5pm) the kitchen was a disaster - there were things everyone and everyone was frantically running around. I had asked Nando if he’ll come up with dishes and he suggested fried ice cream, so we decided to make our own but we're still in the early stages as it takes so long. When going upstairs we heard a ...
... a theme park together in the future. As today was the longest drive, we are split into teams and play a quiz on movies and music on the bus. First question is how many Bond actors have there been and to list all the names. At that moment I cringe and wished I could dial a friend (Macca). Unfortunately we say seven. The correct answer was six and are only able to name four out of the six actors. Though we got close to getting George Lazenby. We missed ...
... the airport at 8:40pm but weren't meeting everyone else until 9:30 so we each had a McFlurry. We were the first people there, but Ash wasn't far behind. Shortly after we spotted Sasha who's flight from Sydney had landed four hours earlier. Hooi, the Student Exchange representative couldn't find us and was so flustered and honestly had no idea what to do so it was mum who was pretty much directing everyone. We checked in with the worlds grumpiest guy who wouldn't let me put things in ...