Hotel Sercotel Rosaleda De Don Pedro
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Still progressing to the next big cities we were trying to enjoy the country side. Unfortunately there was one principle crop along the way. Olive trees as far as the eye can see and not one yellow crested cockatoo or pink and grey galah in sight. Ubeda did have some interesting renaissance buildings but of course ...
... schedule (yea!) and grabbed a taxi to our hotel. Later we would learn that it was only a 15 minute walk, but it’s really hard to navigate a new town and I really hate getting lost with my big backpack on. Alan diddo.
Our hotel (on the tiny street that bears its name) – Hotel Postigo – was elegant and refreshing. Everything seemed quite new and still under a bit of construction. We dropped our stuff in the room and headed out to ...
... correspond to
morning and afternoon as most of us know it. Manana is like the first opening
time of day for businesses and runs until 1:00 or 2:00 P.M. when things break
for a while for lunch and siesta. The tarde runs from around 4:00 or 5:00 to
around 8:00 or 9:00. Anwway, I was in Baeza for the very quiet tarde before
heading back to Jaen for the night. I’m glad I visited Baeza second for ...
Ubeda and Baeza are two small cities in Jaen Province about
30 miles from Jaen, an easy trip by bus. They have nicknames along the lines of
“The Cradle of the Renaissance in Spain” for having flowered economically in
the 1500s on the wool trade. The wealthy families in both towns built their
palaces and public buildings in the latest style of the time, one imported from
Italy that we now call Renaissance. Although ...
Later in the afternoon there was paella, which served as the actual meal of the day. It was alright, though I must admit that the one I get at home is much better (though, I should note that the region of Spain I am in is not known for its paella, it would be rather like going to Texas to try to get some good New York style pizza). IŽll have to try some in Madrid when we go there, for comparisons sake :)
Now comes my favorite part! ...