Hotel Telecabina Montana
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and a shisha pipe later we went home. Very funny night! So here we are now after six weeks here and now we have settled down and have some routine, some time and lots of sunshine I can say that its all good. We ventured out to a beautiful beach with the boys yesterday a bit further up the coast and today we are planning to go to Malaga for the day. Its easy to stay in Nerja and not go too far as there is really so much to do here. Next weekend as the boys ...
... his son was stepping up as next in line. Apparently that brought out the contingent that would like to get rid of the royals altogether. Nygil is schooled in wine tasting and was interested in checking out what this new bar had. It was a cool place and Nygil first brought three glasses of white wine to try. Then we tried four reds and the owner brought us some yummy tapas with it. We had fun talking and tasting the wines. About 11:30 pm we came back to the hotel and in for the ...
... it is time for a drink and to try some of Granada's famous free tapas. That is, with every drink you buy you get a little dish to nibble on. We start in the Albayzin with a nice glass of local white wine. The tapas that came out were olives, toast with tomato and Serrano ham. After some more of these I have a sweet craving so head to one of the old town’s churrorias. Churros are deep fried dough that you dip into a think ...
... will be contentish with level 1.
After 3 hours of waiting, I had my oral exam. Not so good. She asked me about my work, family and living situation. I had a hard time understanding her with her accent, oh and because I dont know Spanish! I made it through and we were out of there!
Came back for lunch, chorizo y patata stew. Delicious enough, then came out what we thought were croquetas (mashed potatoes and ham deep fried). I cut into ...
... them so we did as the Spanish do and sat in the aisle. It was really fun, although I got a little nervous when Granada scored first...and I was a bit disappointed that I didn't get to see Javi play...but still a great experience that I am very glad I got to do! I also got to see Hannah this weekend a couple of times - her program made their way to Granada and so that was lovely seeing a friendly face from home! She seems to be having a great time in Madrid, ...