PV-Holidays Residence Patio de la Alameda
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... to good to pass up--even if it's a very unoriginal hike... Later I get to talking with a couple of Spaniards. We talk about Spain's economic woes. "Back when the economy was booming, the government squandered tons of money... building airports that no one uses... building hospitals where they weren't needed... Instead of saving money, they just got us deeper into debt. And a lot of young people thought they'd be better off by getting high paying construction jobs ...
... up before you - very impressive. Those catholics sure do know how to build churches. A large number of amazing chapels all built around the sides, and apparently the third most important art collection in Spain. It seemed to have everything - amazing gold and silverwork, fantastic scuptures, paintings by the masters (though not the really big masters), and even a replica of the stuffed crocodile given to Alfonso ...
... over the exhausted and obviously mesmerised bull. The matador is even able to turn his back to the bull which seems unable to make any move without the matadors coaxing. Though the danger is still ever present as the still dangerous bull charges the matador and his cape.
The chinking of the bells on the three donkeys indicate the end is nigh.
The matador changes his straight sword for the curved one used for the final act - when we see the ...
... somewhere open and reasonably priced to eat lunch. After at least half an hour of waking around we settled on getting sandwiches at a café which was not far from where we were staying and luckily had an English menu available. As we are only a couple of days into our Spanish journey we have yet to learn much Spanish and therefore ordering food at a restaurant is extremely difficult without an English menu. Shut up, we both learned French at school....and now ...
... Nice dinner with an abundance of cocktails made it for a very enjoyable evening. Everyone had full bellies so it seemed like the best idea was to head back to the cabin and forego any extra curricular activities for the night given that Lisbon was our next stop. That might be good enough for the old people, but I just had to go to the Casino to see what was shakin. After a little roulette, blackjack and a ...