Bodega Real Hotel
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... is really poor, it makes underhill look palatial, and the local council who own it reseeded the grass at the start of December, and , surprise, it's not grown very well so the pitch was heavily sanded. I guess the standard was conference North/south. It was a good atmosphere, nice and sunny in a completely open stadium, no segregation of the fans, and maybe a thousand there. It ended a 1-1 draw, so honours ...
... Roman remains in Europe. Of course Salamanca has its Roman bridge, Caceres its 15th Century palaces, Merida its Moorish Alcazaba and ultra modern Museum of Roman Art, but the overall feel of the cities is Isabelline, Moorish and Roman.
From Burgos we travelled west across the north of the Spanish Meseta, the vast plain which makes up most of Castile. Our destination was Salamanca, a city we had visited on our ...
... the rest - here and the one in The Camargue. If anything, I'd place this one "numero uno". I can swim in the Atlantic and walk through undulating pine forested sand dunes. Not only that but the area is vibrant with colourful spring flowers.
Marzo 17th 2013 Dia de St Patricio
Sunday was a particularly beautiful day. As we set off on our caminar through the dunes and onto the beach, I noticed that Seņor had developed a rather ...
... home later that day and you wont be able to return. IE, SUPER STRESSFUL.
If you dont arrive early enough you may not be able to purchase a ticket in time to get on the bus. I think that you can buy your tickets a few days in advance, but I'm not entirely sure because I haven't done that yet. You may want to wait until the day you want to go to ensure that the weather is good to go.
... s famous “white villages”. Like so many towns round here it has Moorish origins, which show in the
fortifications and narrow streets of white-painted houses. Being out-of-season it was very quiet – we only came across one other couple sightseeing – and hardly any cafes were open to satisfy our craving for caffeine and cake. We eventually found one, and sat down to read the ...