Hostal El Grial
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... After lunch and my nap we relaxed and toured the resort grounds a bit before heading to an optional side tour of Pablo Seminario's pottery factory (just a small handful of the group went). Pablo is a very famous local artist and we had a wonderful tour of his workshop areas and we were able to see how his craft has developed into an art with a huge following (that has now gone international thanks to social media).
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... of a local dish, a ball of mashed potato topped by avocado and chilli and mayonaise. It was delicious. For main we had chicken with the local Andean chips and then coffee. Very pleasant. From there we walked across the main square to the huge Cathedral, built in the 18th century. This dominates the square and is in three huge sections. The altars in the main central part and the two side chapels are all gold and silver. There are ...