Hotel Zenit Abeba
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... mark them against. I thought they were good but not the greatest dessert on the face of the earth or even the greatest dessert on our trip.
The following morning we were saying, 'adios!', to Madrid. The city gave us flamenco shows, jam sessions, late nights and good food. I'm leaving with fond memories, new friends and an ever growing appreciation for the Spanish way of life. I loved the place and will definitely return one day. So thanks very much Madrid or, as the Spanish would say, 'Muchos ...
... little diagram where you can pick your seat on the bus which was pretty cool. The bathrooms in the Granada autobus station were atrocious though - it's generally a good idea to use the restroom before going on a multi-hour bus ride and usually bus stations have decent bathrooms but the ones at the Granada station were terrible - small, dirty, no toilet paper, generally nasty.
The bus ride was pretty uneventful -I slept pretty much the entire way. ...
... and basil, toasted. Delicious! Then we walked from the bus station to El Escorial. Le Escorial is a monastery, school and basilica. It was built by Phillip II and is the place where all of the kings of Spain are buried. Again Maria Teresa explained everything. The Cathedral was built in the shape of a Greek cross which has equal cross members. The ceiling frescos were magnificent, done in the classical Italian style. After we toured ...
... you may as well jump to the next paragraph (that includes you Lummo). What follows may just scramble your brain. Dali, of course is Spanish. This exhibit had over two hundred of his paintings, sculptures and drawings and even examples of his involvement in black and white cinema. We particularly loved his surrealist stuff. Not sure what he was on but it obviously worked. And Erin and Bellanto, we'll give you a few scrabble words but remember it's only a taster. The real ...
... looking at a 3d image.
Back to the hotel where I met my room mate for the first time – a little old lady called Erika who is about 70 but seems to have a fair bit of spunk about her. We had a welcome meeting where I confirmed I am by far the youngest here, then some dinner and now it is definately time to catch some zzz’s. It’s just going on 48 hours that I’ve been up for now so can’t begin to tell you how tired I am. ...