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Travel Blogs from Quintanilla de Arriba
... to drive in. Once parked we walked through a side door to our room. The garage door then closed and that was us, tucked up for the night next to the Mini. . There was no bar or restaurant. In fact there were no public areas at all. We were starving and so ordered room service. After twenty minutes the food arrived... It was delivered through a hatch in the ...
So my mom and I just had an amazing dinner. We went to eat with imre and wanted to eat cheap . We did a couple laps around the town before we found this place, Nagual. I'll let the pictures explain. But, the couple have done the camino as well as many travels to Nepal, South America, and Ireland. It was so refreshing, rejuvenating, and overall just amazing. I could see myself and John owning something very similar! Mind you all of this was done by ...
... 18 k in four and a half hours) we wanted to stay in the church as it was only 14 beds and all in the floor in the attic. That meant no bunk beds. Yes, that sounded appealing. However they are closed till June so we splurged a bit and are staying in a pension. More expensive than a albergue but time for a break, and only going to happen a few times. So we walked around a bit, had a beer with imre and ...
... to rinse, etc. A shower where the water stays on the whole time is pretty unnecessary, and I think I will continue it when i return to the States.
... architecture wasn't impressive. They did a cool skit to show us how they use to live back then. It was in Spanish of course. The day wasn't too impressive, so hopefully it will get better!
Last night at the Fiesta de San Juan, we saw a performance in front of the Aquaduct. It was kind of like a circus nolay and was really impressive. Then we went to Plaza Mayor to watch an outdoor rock ...
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