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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Happily leaving behind the memories of last night, we moved on today to much more pleasant Spanish experiences – olive trees, beautiful views, oranges, sangria, calamari, paella, new friends and more.
Although I will just reflect on how it was interesting speaking with Vicki at breakfast who also attended the bullfight. Vicki had unknowingly purchased tickets in the sun, was surrounded by locals and in a very crowded confined position ...
... my on the wifi. This is just a flavour really. Just enjoying the pace and stopping every now for a vino or a tapas or to take a pic. Had a lovely day and really did the sights. I even requested we visit the ceramics museum there! The old tiled kitchen was my favourite bit. Later we headed back to the camper with tired ...
... and I was so happy to be having a break!) we spent about 30 seconds deciding which was to walk and we walked for about 5 minutes to our hotel.... No, thats no typo, we actually got to stay in a HOTEL. however 5.5minutes in the sun had my chest and shoulders red raw (sorry mum). We met with the busabout tour guides, got our wristbands and headed out to buy cheap clothes to throw out after the fight tomorrow. On our way back to the hotel, it was ...
... were able to park in a garage with a 1.9 meter clearance. This time, it wasn’t the height as much as the length that concerned me. Turning around and through the narrow pillars of the garage definitely kept us on the nervous side (how did the Muslims build such huge open rooms like the Alhambra over 1,000 years ago, and we can’t even get a parking garage with average width today?)
From the garage, we climbed up the stairwell ...
... probably all fresh, with no preservatives or artificial ingredients like America, but there is also no FDA here, so I still have to hope for the best. Since my arrival in Iberian Peninsula, I have noticed that the food here has been very fresh and it tastes different than food back home, which worries me because I will not know how to readjust to preservatives and meat fillers. Fresh food like this at home is considered organic and costs more money in the grocery stores and ...