Hotel Cortijo de Salia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
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... the streets were crowded and happy. We took our first tour by horse drawn buggy with the driver pointing out historic sites. It was quite something to see the traffic give way to the horse in roundabouts and busy intersections. The horse quickly stepped up when asked and round we went past the old buildings, parks, statues and bull ring.
The fort called Alcazaba was built ...
Today we snuck into the pool at the AC hotel (a Marriott). We ate lunch on their rooftop first then laid by the pool for a little while. The bartender eventually figured out we weren't guests and we left. Madhu had to leave for the train back to Madrid, so we all left and had one drink beforehand. Then Kelly and I shopped and bar ...
So Sunday was our recovery day from the trip. We slept until 12 and slowly got out by 1. We went to the Plaza de la Merced near our apartment and had the most amazing chicken skewers at Las Tortugas Cafe, located right on the Plaza. There were some street performers playing music and the sun was out. A most perfect day. We learned the night before from some locals that appropriate tip here is around 10%, but not required. Most locals leave a euro or if they feel good the full ...
... the nearest door to find a sign "out of order". Go to next door, same sign. Find that all the doors have the same sign. Return to car park and take lift to departures level. Walk along road past about twenty doors all marked departures. Eventually get to the main entrance and see a small sign pointing downstairs for arrivals. Decide that next time we will phone for a taxi to take us from the car park to the airport. Finally find ...
... that the crowds would dwindle as the night lured on.. But no! Quite the opposite. The fiesta spirit and nocturnal nature of the Spanish is also gallantly displayed in La Semana Santa, families with toddlers still going strong at 3 am, and bars brimming till bursting point with people of all ages, fuelled by delicious street food, such as Pipas, Sugared Almonds or the more substantial Patata Sada a much more exciting take on the Baked ...