Eco Alcala Suites
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... sherry can be used almost an unlimited number of times, in fact most of the barrels are used for more than 70 years! While Bree and I are not necessarily huge Sherry fans it was very interesting to see how it is made and throughout our travels we have even come across the Sandeman bottles in restaurants throughout Europe!
Our next stop was one that Bree and I had really been looking forward to since learning the itinerary for this tour. That afternoon we had ...
... chairs for the hotel guests but it did not feel crowded. The views were a bit spectacular. The Valencia apartments just rang and they have Glenda's wallet. The hotel in Madrid were just fantastic in organising a courier to pick it up and it should be here Thursday. We all sat and relaxed in the hotel lounge for awhile until we were ready for dinner and wandered to a local Italian restaurant which was very ...
... getting home, my host mom talked a little, and than gave us dinner. She gave me fish .. AGAIN. Everyone else got different food, but nope, I got fish. I was so upset, but I was polite. I was already feeling sick from eating so much fish, and my stomach was already not happy, but luckily my roommate gave me some of her food so I didn't have to just have fish. After that, I just felt horrible and went to bed. Hopefully tomorrow will be better ...
I had today off school, on Amparo's request, to pack my suitcase. Initially I thought there was no hope of everything fitting, but I have packed everything I can this early and there is still spare room ! luckily I'm going to Madrid tomorrow !!
After packing I went round and took photos of the house, figuring it was my last opportunity.. everything was going well until a chicken started chasing me and I slipped over in the mud (only a tiny bit of bloody). I recorded ...
... Time for a dessert!
We move on, walking through the main square of La Chueca, where we find the Mercado de San Anton, a four-floor market, bar and restaurant complex which is in full swing. Nowhere seems to be offering dessert and we soon find ourselves in the rooftop cocktail bar, but the drinks look lethal so we forego sampling a very tempting mojito and meander back through the winding streets towards our hotel.
Not quite ready for bed yet we end up in ...