Hotel Punta Sur
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Bus into the city. It was early Sunday and everyone was still asleep. We could look inside the amazing cathedral - a mix of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance. A massive 40 metre dome, and beautifully lit inside to show off its treasure. Known as La Manquita (the one armed) as one tower of the two was never completed. Then coffee at a cafe in the pedestrian area before going to the Picasso ...
... spoke pretty decent Spanish for not being his native tong and it made me wish that my Spanish was better than it is so that I do not sound like a small child trying to order my food. After dinner off I was again to walk on the path next to the beach and watch the sun go down. I should have taken my shoes off and walked along the beach to get the full experience but I was worried about getting sand everywhere. Sometimes I can be anal like that and need to learn to let go. ...
... that point, but I'm glad I didn't because it really filled up in later stations.
Got in to Granada and made it to the hostel no problem. This is probably the nicest hostel I've stayed at so far - the beds are really well made and solid, everyone's got their own light and their own HUGE locker. The bathrooms and showers are nice, there's a cute little common area with kitchenette. The front desk lady was very helpful in telling me what to see and such, so ...
Santiago left the crystal merchant with a lot of money and thought that he could go back to Tarifa and double the size of his old flock. He could have hundreds. Then Santiago thought that he could always go back to being a Shepard, or a crystal merchant. He said that this was his only shot at getting is treasure. But to get it, he had to cross the Sahara dessert. When he was waiting, he met a strange Englishman. That is all that I've ...
... vande, couscous poulet, desert and sugar sweat mint tea for 6 Euro. As a 99% Muslim country we found that although Ramadan had passed in July this year, the celebration or feast of sacrifice, Aid Al Adha the conclusion of Hajj, or pilgrimage to Mecca was going to occur this week. This creates a major overload on public transit as locals return to their home towns. We trialed both the bus and train on a journey inland ...