Hospederia Parque De Monfrague
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
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We have arrived in Caceres through the middle of town bit stressful I had to pull over at one point snooper wanted to take us down a closed off road then had a strop because I didn't. We spent most of the day driving over the Francia mountains spectacular if a little trying she is a big girl to drag up and down and ...
... this blog. But as the clock clicks slowly towards to 7:00pm the tiredness is starting to take over. If I was feeling healthier then I suspect I would have more endurance and feel less fatigued. Back in familiar surroundings, Caceres and the Hotel Casa Don Fernando, the night manager recognised mum when she walked in. Showered and refreshed we ventured out for dinner, with fingers crossed we ventured to the place we tried previously but was closed ...
Good drive back, less trucks on the road today, more cars but generally well spaced out and sitting a bit below the speed limit kept me in front of the slow traffic but out of thrust and parry of the faster drivers. TomTom took us the back way into town, so we saw a side of Caceres, the normal daily life, that wouldn't have otherwise seen. Clearly Mum has been here too long, the lady at ...
Good nights sleep, comfortable bed, comfortable room, the outside noise not starting too early. Tempted to sleep in but I wasn't sure when breakfast closed so I got up around 8ish and strolled down for what was a really good breakfast and coffee(s). Snagged a yogurt and a couple of pieces of fruit for later in the day. I decided to spend the morning catching up I things including get this blog up to ...
... restaurant, a quick peruse of the menu we spotted a ten piece Tapas and Red wine for €25. Good Tapas and wine although I wish I could speak Spanish to order some of be amazing looking small goods on display. The locals were ordering platters of amazing looking finely sliced meats and cheeses. Post Tapas and Red wine we wandered back down through the Plaza awash with voices and people, looking mostly like uni students it seems they are on break and partying is the order of the ...