Posada El Hidalgo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... something around and it would sound like someone was there. I found it completely fascinating and captivating, although I'm not sure I would want to be there at night time! It feels like this was a forever update, and I had so much to catch up on, I knew I glossed over some points, but that's just so that I will have something to talk to you about once I actually get home! I need to keep some stories to be able to tell in person! I wish you all the best!! Until next ...
... doors of the ferry got stuck so nobody could get off. In the end, free drinks were issued, the boat was turned round and, 3 hours later, the lorries were reversed off and we were able to get on our way.
We drove 80 km and arrived at our campsite (Monte Royal), having gone over a mountainous area with snow poles already in situ at the side of the road, at 10.15pm but, being Spain, were able to order a simple meal at the bar. It was a chilly evening at this altitude.
... stew as a starter and fish as my main. My stew was marvellous, but it was a meal in itself! I could only eat half to make room for the main course, which was robust as well. Jack had spaghetti marinara followed by a steak. Dessert was a cheese flan which is really a thick whipped cream cheese. We were stuffed! The next night we visited a restaurant that was ranked #1. We started with seafood croquettes stuffed with mussels accompanied by 3 ...
... didn't get any sleep either.
All I can say is thank goodness we ended up staying in a pension, Ryan throwing up every hour would have been a nightmare in a public room at a hostel, he would have had to just stay outside.
Me mom and Abby went to a nearby bar and got some coffee and breakfast while we waited for the pharmacy to open. Luckily you don't need a prescription for anti-emetics in Spain, and I was able ...
... a miracle. We rounded the corner and this cute little Spanish grandma wearing a floral apron, was standing outside by her table with fresh coffee and snacks. I could have cried.
She was selling cups of cafe con leche for 1euro, and various packaged snacks. We sat down and had several cups of coffee, bought some of the snacks, we really didn't care what was in it ...