Hotel del Carmen
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Travel Blogs from Prado del Rey
... every day to play my guitar. It was here in Los Palacios where I started writing a lot of tunes and getting a taste for parkbenching. I made it a discipline to come every day, sit on a parkbench and strum for whoever happened to come by. It actually led to a lot of interesting encounters and insights into Spanish culture… there were the rowdy teenage boys who threatened to break my glasses if I didn’t sing the Mexican ranchero ...
... Tripadvisor reviews mentioned pachanar, a word that d/n translate. It was the local digestif. Of course it was not good enough for Diego. I suggested he only travels to complain nothing is as good as Italy. It was a good meal [20E].
Back to the hotel for a big of computer time, this time getting the blog published the same day. I undoubtedly have some mistakes as proofreading has gone out the window on this trip; who cares. Must remember some aspirin.
... 24hours, with some
broken English commentary of what things were. “Santa Maria Catedral, to da
Riiiight”, etc. towards the end of the tour, he trots straight past the
starting square and he points us to the main street. This wide boulevard had
all shops and taverns, people all over and straight along it, the Alcazar and
the bodegas, we’d been searching for. We head down the street and then around
the Alcazar to the famous award winning ...
... a large nevero - a snow pit from which ice would be taken to Yunquera or Malaga, in the days before refrigerators were available.
Eventually, after a bit of descent, the path arrives at the bottom of the final pull up to Torrecilla's summit. This proves to be harder and longer than it looks from a distance and I take several rest breaks on the way up. You don't see the top until the last few seconds.
It's lunchtime and there must be getting on for ...
... to be fresh squeezed apparently and most of the orange juice did taste very fresh.
The bread also seemed locally made since it was an odd shape. It was also a very large piece of toast.
When we were getting on our bikes, the manager/desk clerk/waiter said it was a bit of a pity because it was chilly. Later I felt bad because I didn't think I answered, but Ron said he had answered and agreed with him. It was a little bit funny because two days ago the Hotel ...