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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The Mesquita is open for free each day between 8.30 and 9.30am, before the tour groups arrive. It is hushed and beautiful, sections lit only by soft lamps, in other parts illuminated more brightly to highlight the ochres of the seemingly endless overlapping arches. There is a gentle intensity to the space, which feels like a dim forest of palm trees. It elicits quite a profound response. We both felt it. It reminded me of how I felt when I walked into the small ...
... 8220;Busabout Bar” gets its name because its like the guides take us to places that no one has ever heard of and we end up being the only ones in there.
Me and Dave take on Mark And Didier on the Foosball table…… well it was kind of a pantzing by Didier who just played with us as he mopped the floor with me. We stayed for a couple of hours and we busaboutians even made a circle in the middle of the dance floor in which everyone had to go in the middle and ...
... there appears to me (I admit this may well be a misinformed comment) a lack of ambition or imagination. Perhaps like most countries Spain concentrates on what it’s good at and that’s why the Spanish are so passionate about football.
I booked into a no frills (absolutely none!) camping motel and set out to look at Granada city centre. It was a two mile walk into the centre which is a nice distance, not too far but ...
... fixes everything! Well for Paul and me... We continued walking after our delicious lunch and found ourselves on the San Nicholas lookout in the Islamic quarters overlooking Granada, the Alhambra Castle and the snow capped mountains behind it! Wow this was so impressive. There was even flamenco music playing! perfecto! We really couldn't have asked for a better afternoon. Let's walk to the castle,we decided. So glad we did. We walked through more of ...
... the Mexicans relaxing with their family, making music and enjoying the sun. We joined them, watched the beautiful scenery and had delicious food. I am sure that if I would have done my exchange in Mexico I would have gained weight. Their nachos isn't like the nachos here and their sauce is also different, every time I think about it I get hungry. Besides the food, the people are also very nice and the cool thing was that I had to do the talking, so I did not loose my Spanish! ...