Hotel Infanta Cristina
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Still progressing to the next big cities we were trying to enjoy the country side. Unfortunately there was one principle crop along the way. Olive trees as far as the eye can see and not one yellow crested cockatoo or pink and grey galah in sight. Ubeda did have some interesting renaissance buildings but of course ...
However, after a couple of hours at the huge and fascinating Santa Cruz museum, we discovered a super outdoors Singaporean-style bar at the top of the town, with icy cold mojitas.
#5: The UK election results
After all the predictions of coalitions, the Labour party being held to ransom by Nicola Sturgeon, and the scary thought of Ed Milliband ruling by stone tablet and advised by Russell Brand, we ended up with a nice clean win by the ...
... schedule (yea!) and grabbed a taxi to our hotel. Later we would learn that it was only a 15 minute walk, but it’s really hard to navigate a new town and I really hate getting lost with my big backpack on. Alan diddo.
Our hotel (on the tiny street that bears its name) – Hotel Postigo – was elegant and refreshing. Everything seemed quite new and still under a bit of construction. We dropped our stuff in the room and headed out to ...
... br> dark and gloomy, probably more so than many brighter Gothic constructions with more
extensive windows. Admission came with a good audio guide and what I
particularly liked about Jaen’s cathedral compared to those in Toledo, Seville,
and Cordoba was that I virtually had the place to myself.
I found a place for lunch after touring the cathedral and
then needed a siesta for a few hours. However much I resist ...
... I took my parents up the less steep hill rather than the one I take to get to work.
We passed by the subdelegation government building where I spent so much time struggling to get my NIE. Across from this was the main central park, which we decided to go through on the way back. We found an ATM that dispensed out Alhambra tickets from Granada nearby, with the help of a man who worked there who received many "muchas gracias"'s from dad.