Travel Blogs from Cuenca
... out.... So we decided to cook dinner and stay in and watch films in the evening, as we just wanted to chill out, so we treated ourselves to some popcorn, beers and chocolate from the supermarket. We laughed ourselves senseless at Bad Grandpa, and then watched the rather romantic 'My week with Marilyn' a nice story about Miss Monroe. After a refreshing sleep it was time to head for the coast ...
... nice, our room had a balcony right over top of the river. We could look right down to the water. It was pretty neat. When it rained the water got faster and browner, which was good for the worker guys, cuz they liked to throw stuff in the river, like wood and cement and garbage and stuff. It really made them smile. We had a TV in our room, too, but all the channels were in Spanish so I didn't understand very much. There was one commercial, though, for a website that teaches ...
... It is a great place with LOTS of character, history, friendly people and very safe. Not too much is open today as it is Election day. The hotel tells us about a restaurant that they know is open called Café Austria so we set off to find it. The directions that they give us are very good and we don’t have any problems finding it. We order Weiner schnitzel and as has become our habit… we split it and it’s a ...
... news items across whole streets. Sometimes they were sat outside restaurants seemingly having a drink, or standing outside small businesses as though having a chat with each other. We had to give a double take quite a few times!
New Year’s Eve also meant Tom could finally reveal part one of my birthday surprise. We’d have a couple of nights in a seriously beautiful old colonial hotel. What a treat - thank you Tom! ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility