Hotel Acosta Centro
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Next I drove to Merida, where there are some famous Roman ruins which are always interesting as they are so old. This was a particularly good amphitheatre and gladiator ring which were great to walk around. I was now able to use my better camera as well as i had got a battery from Benidorm with my Mum and Chris when I had been in Javea, so I ...
Our last day in Portugal was spending time with the Fergusons and the Morenos having a lunch of the Brazilian national dish - the feijoada, just google it. It was really good bonding time for our families. It was jump at like the christening feast - long table with plenty of food and wine.
Our time in Portugal is coming to an end and we will miss Maria's family.
... had a marrow soup. We both chose the suckling pig for our main. The meat had been pulled from the pig, covered with the crisped skin then compressed, reheated then cut into 10 cm squares. These food dishes represent the best of local food. We accompanied the meal with wine; Helen having a lovely verdehlo and I had a temperanillo - Hablo no silencio (the sound of silence). It was a truly memorable day. ...
... from the east where the streets are even more confused. But we are suddenly out and speeding along the Autovia. The landscape changes through olives, then grapes but mainly huge cropping areas. Not so exciting in the autumn as there is not much greenery about, but still interesting with the farmers beginning to rip the soil ready for the new crops to go in.
Merida comes up on the GPS as the first break. I have been told there is a ...
... with the amigos and provided us with some good laughs.
The Spanish lisp some of their words, this custom dates back a couple hundred years when they had a king that lisped, and to be in fashion the citizens followed suit, so instead of saying gracias, they say (fonetiaclly) grathias. Johan has been very good about telling us when to lisp and when not to lisp. Well, on Saturday afternoon Johan was a real trooper when we got to Merida. He decided that he did ...