Barcelo Caceres V Centenario
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... to find a place in Trujillo that is reasonable, book it and get on our way. We still have places in Seville to explore before we leave. We head back into town because I want to see the Plaza de Espanyol which is a semicircular building around a large Plaza in Santa Luisa Park and gardens. For the first time in ages, the sun is out as well which makes sightseeing a whole lot more pleasant. When we arrive in town it is a short walk ...
... of people walking to a market so we pulled into a side road and walked back. As there were cars queuing to park and a policeman on traffic duty we thought this must be a big market. As we walked through the gates there were stalls selling flowers and I said to Seonaid, "It's only a flower market". We then realised that we were standing at the entrance to a cemetery and everybody was buying flowers to put on the family graves. It wasn’t a market. The 1st November is ...
... hiked 192 miles Today is a holiday is Spain, no breakfast. Met again two German girls with their dog and walked a while with them until we stopped for breakfast at the first village - 5 miles with no coffee or food. Fantastic scenery a few very steep climbs and the rest of the trail was very enjoyable. To the North, in the far distance we can see mountains that we will need to cross. Great accommodation and we are hoping for decent food as we are ...
... amazing castle surrounding it, with narrow cobblestone streets. We walked around ate dinner and headed to bed. Our hotel was 600 years old and decorated with weapon and plate-mail.
I am not sure why we have never heard of it... it is so cute. We definitely enjoyed the 1/2 day we spent there (dinner, sleeping and the next morning).
... comes alive . Lots of places to eat and drink . As it is just the fringe of the tourist season the place is not too busy. The plaza was full of families waiting for the kids return from a school trip. Once they returned the plaza empty of cars . The evening was very pleasant . The hotel was quaint ,with a soft bed .the beds we have had up to then was like sleeping on boards ! Lugging our panniers and top box up 3 stories not fun. Our room overlooked the plaza . ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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