Hotel Antiguas Eras La Alberca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we could see the water tower we walked past yesterday and the 'short route' to the city and the looonnnggg circuitous route we were taken on! Love seeing the school children by their hundreds on excursions - so sad our children don't have the same opportunities.
But...........can anyone explain why a spaceman is on the cathedral built 13th - 15th century??????? We are both amused and curious about this. Check the pic!
Did our errands and with ...
... I met another intercambio right outside my faculty and we went to this little cafe and I had my melted candy bar hot chocolate. His name was Alberto and he was kind of bad at English, so we talked more in English today than I did yesterday. It was nice, we hit it off really well and just kept talking, but I had to be home for lunch around 2:30 pm so we didn't have too much time. I have the my next formal exchange on Monday at Tum Tum en ...
... very different. They are much longer horizontally and all white. I also noticed that there are a lot of traffic circles. More than I have ever seen at one time. The street signs don't have words on them like do not enter or yield. The stop sign does say stop though. So once we got back to her house, we got a tour, met her son and grandson, and she showed us our rooms. I have my own room and it is small ...
... accordion- he was just wandering around all the tables at the cafés. At 4 I met Jan and Libby again to walk too cooking class. Jan has terrible blisters on the bottom of her feet and is having trouble walking. Cooking class today was pisto- which is a very yummy vege stew type thing, and sangria. Both were delicious. I could have had a lot more sangria but I knew I would have trouble walking home! ...
... and bars. We visited two. We had a beer at the first and a "brochette" of some sort of meat. We then went to another place and had a glass of wine and had a tapas each of "patatas panaderas" ( thickly sliced roasted potatoes topped with a fried egg and a yummy chorizo sausage and some bread). That was more than enough for me but John couldn't resist a tapas of cheese and ...