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This is a very urban place high rise flats all around us we are on yet another car park but this one leaves a lot to be desired. There are about 12 vans parked along side us. Next to us is a sign telling us if we break any rules we will be punished by the Mayor not seen the Mayor so not going to chance it. We left Borgos late after lunch we found a shopping mall so spent a leisurely ...
... we went to explore the old town Wonderful old buildings, narrow streets, flower boxes and then Sharpie instigated a walk to a tower overlooking the town - this then led to a church and battlements overlooking the tower! 90 minutes and many steps later we returned to sea level and well worth the effort !! Thirsty and hungry we stopped at our first Tapas bar and met a girl from the Gold Coast and she explained the food Oh my god it was ...
... Never mind, I finally got us checked in and then we had a new experience when driving into the carpark. We went into a car elevator. We drove in and the doors closed behind us and it took us down to the basement - pretty cool as we were not expecting it, but not very big inside.
The man I spoke to that gave me the instructions didn't speak much English so I thought he was telling me I had to use the keycard for the lift up to ...
... would get something to eat and wander through town. After 20 minutes or so we found a restaurant on Plaza Mayor. There was one table left outside so we sat down. As we took turns using the restroom, we noticed the inside of the restaurant was packed. As I was waiting for Leslie and Tyler to come out it began to rain. Boy did it come down.
... to the cathedral for protection during the reconstruction of the church.
Ali and I finally made it to Cubero for breakfast! This is the candy museum that has candy replicas of buildings in Valladolid. I was able to watch them make some cakes in the ...