La Posada de los Comediantes
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With storms still forecast for the east side of the country a change of plan took us west and out into the open interior. Still plenty of castles and fortified towns about although given the weather we did not stop to explore. Arrived at the hotel in good time so had a walk around the town. Not really much to see and the church was closed. The hotel had enclosed parking so the bike was parked inside along with the owners.
few interesting things elsewhere in the province.
I’ve read a few articles in recent years in the Economist
and other sources on reckless spending by regional governments in Spain during
the boom years up to 2008, major make work schemes that produced large white
elephant building projects under the mistaken notion of “build it and they will
come” – airports, concert halls, conference centers, etc. The ...
... by the life that they lived and not by the police report number in the newspaper articles. So, after hearing Mariana speak so beautifully about sacred ground I knew exactly what my ritual would be. Every morning I would take off my shoes and read the newspapers barefoot. I would remember that I am on sacred ground and that I have the opportunity to bring justice to these murders. Ddeser, my organization, was part of a committee called CoCoFem, the Committee ...
... come home from her class. Along with her roommate Veronique (another girl from Laurentian) we went out to downtown Ciudad Real. We went to a cute little restaurant for lunch and then I got the full tour of the city, some of the statues, the parks and Katelyn's University.
We had a relaxing afternoon and dinner. Then at midnight,we went out to the Spanish Parking Lot Party. It is exactly what it sounds like. A parking lot filled with ...
After two days in reasonably size cities such as Cordoba and Granada, it was time for a change up for in our Iberian travels. As we will be spending two days in Toledo at the beginning of next week, Dad decided months ago that the town we'd be visiting today would be Almagro, which is a small and completely non tourist town approximately half way between Cordoba and Toledo. The town however does have one claim to fame, the theatre built in ...