Hotel Apartamentos Trevenque
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... around. On the way back we see an entrance to a holiday resort. This looks very nice, with a security guard on the gates. The grounds are very nice lots of plants a lake and seating overlooking the sea. So we decide to have lunch, big mistake this was the worst food we have eaten so far, flavorless and bland and the most expensive. After lunch we walk out on the new pier. It has been renovated with lovely white wooden planks, but the crazy thing it ...
... with a sweet and salty sauce, angler fish (local fish that Brad
wanted to try) and a mixed salad. All chased down with some beer and wine of
We wound our
way back down the steep roads and alley in the 30 degree heat, unusual for this
time of year but we are loving it! When in Spain do as the locals do....so we
had another break. Most things here close between 2 and 4 so that people can
have their larger family ...
... all watched the sun set and the castle light up in the distance. It was beautiful! As we descended, drums were being played and songs sung, facing the city from the caves. At the bottom there were some restaurants and a young guy was playing incredible Spanish guitar out the front of them all. We sat and listened until he packed up and left. We gave him all our change and then continued on home ourselves. The streets were getting busy now it was 10.30 and dinner time for the ...
... few minutes a group of Spanish guys played
the guitar and performed for us. I was truly in my happy place surrounded by good company, music, sunshine, and a fantastic view.
On my way back I came across the Chinese old man who plays music at our metro stop. He plays some kind of traditional instrument. Usually I walk by quickly without making eye contact but that day I put down a few coins and wished him a Happy New Year in Chinese. He responded ...
... br> After mass, Sib, Terri, Kris, and I looked for a place to get a light dinner, and settled on a nice outside table at a place that had a sign outside that said, "Abierto Cocina" ("The kitchen is open"). We shared a few tapas dishes…artichokes with ham and caramelized onions, rare tuna, pinchos, etc. We had a great time with them (as always), both at dinner and on the walk back. Another great day in Spain, thanks be to God! ...