Riande Granada Urban Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... wake-up call. We walked through old town, where we saw some of the oldest buildings remaining in the city, and heard a lot of the history of the area. We wound our way to the Seafood Market as the sun went down which was a buzzing hive of activity with deafening, thumping music blaring all around; it was great. As were the three styles of ceviche that Kevin produced for us to try, sooo good! The last stop was ...
... everyday life – classes, appointments, social events, household chores, garden tasks – all seem a bit humdrum comparing to sitting on our verandah on the Westerdam. But we have fond memories of seeing this great continent from one side to the other, sailing the oceans that surround it, and traversing through it via the awesome Panama Canal.
Diane and Susan
... to use a card for the metro and buses) and loaded it up with another US$2 (each journey costs US$0.35). I crossed the walkway to the metro station and then took the first available train as far as the Via Argentina stop. I suppose you expect a brand new metro system to look good, but it genuinely came across as efficient, clean and well run. I half expected a little problem of finding the right street when I came out of the metro, but as soon as I looked up I could see the ...
... a million migrating shorebirds use this area, the Bay of Panama, on migration. Whimbrels, Willets, Black-bellied Plovers, Western Sandpipers and others. After doing some birding at the ruins and along the water's edge at low tide, we took the Metro Bus over to Casco Viejo. This was an experience in itself. We had to be directed to an alternate bus stop because the road was blocked off for the cyclists this morning. The locals on the bus were not as friendly in ...
... I then went to bocos del torro which is an Archipelago of islands in the carribean. I just went cycling and sea kayaking everyday it was most excellent. I have encountered my fair share of unique individuals including somone from London who claimed to be a witchdoctor with one foot in our world and one in the spirit world. Whilst I scoffed at this it quite frightened me in a "gypsy curse" type of way, particularly after reading a book about ghosts and UFOs. Anyway onwards Costa ...