Hotel Acosta Centro
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After leaving Seville we quickly travelled across to Badajoz on the Spanish - Portuguese border. After the plains around Seville the Autovia rose quickly up onto a range of low mountains then gradually through hills covered with olive trees under which we saw the odd sheep, then gradually on down to paddocks with the famed black iberico pigs eating away. Some farms are able to graze the pigs on ...
... 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 ...
... laughing, and he just said he did not care. Maybe not the best story to write about, but really, really funny. I am sure this will soon be surpassed by another funny incident.
The city of Merida houses really great roman ruins and escavations, but the city itself is just that, an ugly city. We spend many an hour walking from one roman cite to the next, Finally Johan gave up and said he had to return to the hotel, I went with him and Bennie and Veronica saw ...
... River Guadiano comes into view at Merida. This wide stretch of shallow flowing water, with its amazing arched Roman bridge and historic fortifications from Roman, Visigoth and Moorish eras, is an amazing sight. Guy goes up-market and books into the Parador, a converted monastery at the heart of the old city. It has a lovely pool, a gym and a sauna all of which are thoroughly enjoyed. A long walk around the city trying to recall a battered old beetle, a tent on the ...
... Islamic fort overlooking the Rio that has been used by the government in power including Romans, Muslims and Christians. It's strongly built walls had many a tale to tell of battles and sieges whilst the cistern (underground water storage) complete with goldfish was heaven underground. Next to the fort is the amazing Puente Romano over the Rio Guadiana with 60 granite arches is one of the longest bridges the Romans very built. This bridge has been used by marauding armies ...