AC Hotel Cuenca by Marriott
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Our weekend trip started with a train ride to Cuenca, after spending the day in Cuenca we would take another train to Valencia that night where we would stay until the following night when we took a train home. Although we didn't go out the night before, getting up early to make an 8:00am train on Friday was not appealing, and for some reason we were all exhausted. The fact that it was a gross day and raining did not help. This was ...
... knife. It was only 12:30 and we sat down for a quick lunch at a local paneria on Plaza Del Altozano. We had fresh empanadas, a sandwich with brie and bacon and croissant with ham and cheese. After lunch we sat back to enjoy a cup of coffee when I saw the most gross thing ever. A little boy of about 2 and half had to go to the bathroom, his grandma pointed to a tree, naturally the boy was behind the tree, from grandma's perspective, but right in front of us. ...
... entrée (appetizer in the US) main dish, dessert and a glass of wine at a very reasonable price. We were entertained by all the sights on the square: kissing and smooching couples (unusually common in Madrid), oriental massages on the sidewalk, jugglers and bicycle stunts amongst others. The 'live’ statues have taken on new forms: people in impossible positions holding gear, all sorts of camouflage clothing – something of a continuous open air ...
... I think the builders took too many siestas blowing out the finish date by a few decades.
They sat in the courtyard of the convent and ordered drinks. Video Girl ordered te con leche (tea with milk) and Battery Boy ordered a gin and tonica (gin and tonic). The waitress returned with their drinks, Video Girl's tea served from a dainty white pot into a ...
... the region became a agricultural and textile manufacturing centre. It stayed Muslim until the 12th century when the Christians slowly conquered the region. As you approach town you drive through the new part first before climbing up the hill to the old part of town. There is virtually only one road leading through the old town and it's that narrow that they have traffic lights installed so you can cross oncoming traffic.The Town Hall is a baroque ...