Husa Arcipreste de Hita
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... so we said fine, but hadn't picked up all the nuances! We found we were to have the menu del dia - which was a hearty lunch. We realized what we were in for when a tureen of soup arrived! And the nice couple next to us said, don't worry, this is good typical Madrileño food, and so we lay back and enjoyed the whole experience. Soup was good, then we knew what we would get, as we had seen it on other tables - ...
... to distinguish the rooms. They all felt the same, unlike say the Palace of Versailles which has rooms that are grander in size and of course the amazing Hall of Mirrors. For me, Palacio Real is huge in size on the outside with smaller rooms on the inside all decorated in much the same manner. Very impressive in scale, but light on decorative and creative flair. The plan from here is to visit the lovely little patisserie on Puenta del Sol which sells the cream roll that little ...
... HelveticaNeue, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; box-sizing: border-box; -webkit-tap-highlight-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0);">We met at the airport at 11 am. We checked in, put our luggage on and then went to our gate. We had plenty of time - so enjoyed chatting and reading and then about an hour before we had to board we had some lunch at D'Amico’s. We ordered their three flat bread pizzas - one cheese, one BLT and one chix and tomato sauce and ...
... without even so much as a thought for any other means of transport. The guesthouse was on the top floor of a set of apartments that overlooked the Plaza del Mayor, a massive square (129m x 94m) walled in on all 4 sides by 4 storey apartments with a combined total of 237 balconies, facing in towards the square. You gain access to the square by openings in the form of archways, of which there are 9, built in to the walls and opening out to streets beyond.
Life in the square ...
Day 5 - Arzua to Amenal 23 km
In Spanish, the word for hill is cuesta. Cuesta also means cost. Well the hills have cost us knee and blister problems. I have become very familiar with Dr. Scholl's moleskin, Help! I have a blister, and Compeed. The daily triage consists of bandaging all affected areas and hoping that you didn't miss anything. Upon stopping for the day, removing all bandages to allow the skin to breathe.
It is ...