Vincci Seleccion Rumaykiyya
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Park, but they are building a massive hotel, casino and housing complex, with future project being a golf course. You pay a 50c entrance fee and it is the best road in Cambodia. It winds up and up through the forest, we really had no idea how high we are climbing. Unfortunately it is a bit misty so the view isn't so good. The first stop is a massive xxxxx on top of the mountain. Next we ride on to see a waterfall, we get there but it has long since ...
... took us 4.5 hours to reach Granada on one of the
high speed trains – not the super fast ones, but certainly fast enough at about
100 mph. Made our way to our first rented apartment stay and were greeted by
Victoria, the owner. A lovely 2nd floor, 1 bedroom, 1 bath with
kitchen, dining room, & lounging area, for about $75/night. On the first
night we also had use of the upper floor terrace with gorgeous views of ...
... this was how the places selling food decorated and dried the meat at the same time), some bread and pasta for dinner while saving eggs for breakfast. The stove was an adventure but with some help and a borrowed lighter we were able to eat. After dinner we went for a walk in gypsy town, not far from our hostel. It was a great part of town!! The town itself was fun, with guitar players, singing, dogs playing in the streets, and the food smelt great! We walked through the ...
... was ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL. The palace was all lit up and the terrace of the bar provided a terrific view. The music was good too so the night was fun.
The next day we took to the streets of Granada. Towards the Alhambra palace all the streets are very narrow, cobble stones, and uphill. We took a bus towards a market palace and the driver was freaking crazy. He turned narrow corners like nobody’s business and he seemed
to actually speed up. ...
... their funeral vestments!), along with private royal art, etc. It was great - my kind of thing!
We also had a pleasant late afternoon. Kris wanted to go shopping, so I found a covered table (outdoors) at the Plaza by the Cathedral, and journaled while enjoying coffee and ice cream…I stayed for almost 2 hours! Several folks from our group stopped by and sat down with us…Myrna, Joan, "the Lindas", even Carmen ...