Best Western Mayorazgo
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... in Cordoba.
Our favourite restaurants were Cerveceria Morito in Burgos, Sabor y Saveur and El Quinteto in Granada, de Locas tapas in Ronda and Mechela Restaurant in Seville.
The highlights of our three and a half weeks in Spain were Burgos Cathedral, the whole of the fantastically situated old town of Cuenca, Valencia, the Alhambra and Cathedral in Granada, everything in the fantastically situated old town of Ronda, the Caminito del Rey out of El ...
We both made it to Madrid and found each other... Found train Station and made it to our room...dropped off backpack and out sight seeing walk over 5 miles just looking around Zamora is a neat little town see pictures Churches are very old....we will be on to another town in ...
... I was all over it like white on rice. Catching the bus home I saw that Pendulum, a favourite group from Australia were playing that night at Amnesia and that cemented my decision as to where I'd be going, though it certainly cost a bit more than I'd hoped to spend. I had an absolutely wicked night at Amnesia, luckily getting by on the kindness of strangers who find me entertaining again, though I made the mistaken assumption that the larger of the 2 rooms was the main room ...
... into other options for transportation. After our meeting some
of us went to starbucks for coffee and to continue our research, it was nice to
spend time with everyone and get excited about what is coming up next for us.
We took the metro to the train station to try and get a more solid idea of what
we were looking at for prices but unfortunately didn’t book anything. We walked
to retiro park and had the most beautiful afternoon! We ate ice cream and
... return to the Hostal Persal for a final farewell and to pick up our bag before heading off to the Metro at Sol. With the crowds building for the evening's celebrations we were slightly concerned that some of the roads to Sol might have been shut or that the Metro itself might have been closed. Our final purchase of the trip is a Pan de Higo (fig cake) which goes well with a creamy, salty, blue cheese.