AC Hotel Palacio de Santa Ana by Marriott
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... town was out in the plazas and streets. Laughing kids, small bands, whispering women, the clings and clangs of outdoor tapas bars, oboe solos, older couples sitting on benches watching passersby, people donning silly costumes, a wedding party taking photos, children with ice cream cones dripping all over their classy European clothes, all beneath the golden glow of the slowly setting sun. It was truly an evening to ...
... br> The hotel room was dark but very luxurious and well positioned for a short walk into town. It was very warm here (compared with San Sebastian) and we walked to Plaza Mayor but everywhere was closing for food and the town seemed sleepy. We continued with a long hot stroll around several closed monuments getting a little tired and irritable. We eventually stopped at a large church with two bars nearby. Perhaps we should have read ...
... ended up ordering something different than I had thought...still ok) then headed up a bit of a hill to the Castilla de la Mota.... A 15 century Castle with a moat. Scenes of bloody battles and stories about Isabel who was brought there to marry. It was also used in later years as a training camp for woman under the Franco regime.
We joined in a tour as we really wanted to get to the top of the tower ... So Spanish commentary ...
... Caceres, the welcome was impeccable. The hotel is well situated in a quiet area just over the river from the main city. Indeed, one of its interesting features was the fact that the river runs below the hotel... I'm guessing that at one time there must have been a water mill there. It is furnished with beautiful Spanish antiques and had a Rococo feel. We admired lovely portraits on the walls, a graceful staircase ...
... the Plaza Mayor and continue through side streets throughout the city. I decided to follow one of the processions, and it led me to a church where mass was starting. Nerea gave me a book with prayers in Spanish, so I decided to bust it out in order to follow along. At the start of mass, my phone started ringing (Erica calling). I hardly ever use it, so I completely forgot about it in my pocket. By ...