Hostal Ruta de la Conquista
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... she is too fond of dating to convert:)
That night we stayed in a very small town called Madronera. During a hike, Rebecca and Jaxon discovered an old abandoned Bullfighting Arena! We enjoyed eating outside together at this small café. It's been really hot and dry here in Spain – so hot, that we all cheered Jimmy on as he jugged an entire 2-Liter bottle of ...
... We had one of the parking nearby available hotels and on this occasion we jagged one right across the lane. the apartment was built against one of the old walls. I accidentally opened one of the lower kitchen cupboards and had a full blast of mould. This started to explain the extractor fans near the door, the strange odour and the blocked noses and sneezing. I can say that the hotel wasn't expensive but sometimes you get good and sometimes not ...
... to dapper lads in oddly matched suits with bowties waiting for their girls - their glances and the occasional words i understood made it obvious they thought Ev and Maddi were a good option.
And so we'd lingered over the menu, debating whether to go for the fish or the pork and rating the sangria on the Avila (town of the best sangria to date) Scale - with Maddi, naturally being the moderator. By now we also had the 'Gullfoss Iceland Scale' ...
... course] were privileged to kiss some silver trinket attached to her. Once this was done, she was rotated 180 degrees to become the focal point high above the altar [we were in the most special of rooms in the rabbit warren]
The indulgence continues because we got to stay in the cloisters of the monastery itself. It has been turned into an affordable accommodation hospaderia and has been one of the most amazing stays ...
... back centuries. Like a time warp and clearly traffic restrictions and restrictions to what you can do to buildings (next to nothing - tiny insignificant signs to tell you what the building is if you really need to know - and that's mostly accommodation places). Find the main plaza and everything opens for us. Food, coffee and digs!
Plan was for an Albergue to organise our food, but menus here look good, lots of choices and we got a pension (cheap basic hotel) ...