Hotel Zenit Imperial
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... town was out in the plazas and streets. Laughing kids, small bands, whispering women, the clings and clangs of outdoor tapas bars, oboe solos, older couples sitting on benches watching passersby, people donning silly costumes, a wedding party taking photos, children with ice cream cones dripping all over their classy European clothes, all beneath the golden glow of the slowly setting sun. It was truly an evening to ...
... freely and screeching very loudly as it was clearly Mating Season.
As I manoeuvred the car through the Car Lift I reflected on what we had seen in Valladolid and felt that we hadnt really seen it at it's best. Sundays in parts of Spain are still like they used to be in the UK before the Sunday Trading Laws changed. It's nice that people get a rest day but not great as a visitor. 2 out of 5 for the former Capital of Spain
Around 10 this morning, we left our hotel and started heading to Santander! After 3 hours of driving, we are taking a pit stop at Valladolid, an older city in Castilla y Leon. Since it is Sunday, it only makes sense that we visited the Cathedral! It is one of this small town's more popular stops. It was enormous and beautiful! Mass was in session, so we stopped in, heard beautiful singing, and then had to leave. Now, we are at ...
... for Valentines Day, there were 3 young, female workers at the counter doing paperwork. I could have misunderstood the lady but she told me something along the lines of "It will take 5 minutes because the gift cards are under the counter." It took more like 20. I love the laid-back lifestyle and how Spaniards are a very relaxed people, but I advise to all my American friends and family to have a little bit more patience when you come here.
... hours long, so the bull goes through a lot of suffering. It has been part of Spain’s culture for centuries and brings in a lot of revenue every year during the bull-fighting season. In Tordesillas, a town less than 30 minutes from Valladolid, the have the Toro de la Vega every summer. In this bull-fight, there are men on horses with lances, and they all take stabs at the bull until ...