Hotel El Palomar de la Brena
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is a gem of a town with its winding white alleys and stair ways, its castle, shady plaza with a traditional colourfully tiled fountain. You can go to the end where the town ends abruptly and gaze out all the way to the ocean on one side and to the mountains and plains far below on the other. It’s not exactly “undiscovered” as there are some tourists wandering about, but not too many to spoil its pristine, timeless feel. And it’s lofty ...
Today we have our first private tour. It will be nice not hopping on and off of buses and ferries. The ship leaves at 2 pm so we will only have the morning to see the sights. Another beautiful day. We have been so lucky with the weather. We left the ship thinking we would have a car waiting for us. Surprise, surprise we had a 14 seat mini-van with just Max and I, the driver and our tour guide. We drove around the new city and Abdul, ...
It was still overcast, cold and windy this morning but breakfast with Berber pancakes got us off to a good start. We spent the morning wandering around the alleys of the old medina, visiting the Archaeological Museum in a palace in the Kasbah, the museum in the old American Legation, the tomb of Ibn Battuta, a 13c traveller to the Far East from Tangier and of course the food souks. By lunch ...
... woman in a burka, including gloves. I didn't see any short skirts, but then Ken has a different eye than I. Let's talk eating! I can't believe how much I've seen spaniards eat! In Madrid, we went into a not-tourist restaurant around 3pm and sat next to 2 men in suits. They had just started their first course, pasta for 1, salad for the other. Ken and I split a salad smaller than the one next to us. Then they moved on to ham, eggs and French fries for salad man and steak and ...
... heart, that's when you are closest to the soul of the world. They tell each other things, and how the caravan speaks to the soul of the desert.
Santiago started reading the Englishman's books. It taught him about Alchemists, and how they turned metal to gold, and purifying the metal purified themselves. They traveled and eventually found their personal legends. Santiago learned a lot from the books such as, the world has a soul, and ...