Hotel Rural Zerbinetta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... post office, the clock ticking. I hailed a cab. He didn't know where the nearest Officina de Correos was. I asked pedestrians, got directions and ran. Then I got lost and asked for further directions. I tell you, my Spanish was increasingly fluent under pressure, and I finally found an office about a kilometre away. I burst in, red and sweaty, to the sound of gentle music and the ping of a numbered queuing system. I got number 708. 699 was at the counter. I had ten ...
... with many fresh fruits, eggs and meats. Oh did I mention we are starting to drink coffee!!!! The fresh oranges are the best.
We picked up a graphical map of the town and tried to find the Roman ruins. Getting “slightly” off direction, we ended up at one of the old city gates to the north. We then wandered the narrow, winding streets, admiring the many well kept apartments. Almost all the homes ...
... the body of the man and laid it on the step of his house. He said to the wealthy man, "Brother, you have as much responsibility for the internment of this man as I do. Surely between the two of us, we must see him buried." The wealthy man agreed to help. John was now in full swing. He was focussed on his work. His hospital was growing and he was working many hours with little or no help. He would turn away no one from his ...
... with a Spanish native would teach me Spanish, even if not thoroughly. I chose to come here to help complete my goals and I am leaving with life lessons and experience and a solid understanding of the Spanish language. Once my goals are achieved, there will be more. The greatest mistake that someone my age can make is to believe that there is a limit to achievement. Where would the Presidents be if they had stopped their aspirations at lawyer or senator or governor? How ...
... narrow street beside the church that I had walked the previous night and then up to the Albaizin (Moorish) quarter. The Guide was using a small bicycle, which I later discovered was electric. He pointed out some of the historic locations and also the only Mosque in Granada. This had apparently been financed by a wealthy businessman from Dubai as he was concerned that there were no Mosques in the city. It’s a very subtle design, and doesn’t look like ...