Hotel La Bienvenida
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... trecking the El Camino (route from Seville to Santiago) which passes by his front door was Canadian which he helped. A sweet and honorable man determined to carry on his families tradition. He took over the Villa several years ago as it was falling into disrepair and has done an amazing job. His staff are his extended family and they treat you like their own. We highly recommend staying with Paco as this historical site.
... hotel that Dane has been looking forward to since we booked! The heat was getting to us so we waited until late afternoon to head into Badajoz for a look around (& some geocaching of course).
At 5pm it was still about 30 degrees but by the time we were done just before 8 it was starting to cool off a little. Restaurants don't open for dinner in Spain until 8 or 9pm so we were going ...
... away until the rains came.
GPS Link, Day 2
Ks Ridden - 68.7
Total Ks Ridden - 153.7
... first Roman road. Long, straight, undulating, so we took off.
After about 15 minutes, we hit mud which turned to clay and it clogged up the front wheels on both mine and Lucy's bike. This is a problem with having old bikes !!! It took ages before we got going again, but once we did, we didn't hold back
We were going through grape country but they had been cut back so there was to be no eating. The Ks flew by, but Lucy and ...
... It's awesome! But it's also tiring after a bit....takes big concentration.. As in thinking about stopping poof... A small village... And they got a cafe. So I stop park the bike n ask for un cafe con letchie.....even though not portuguese she got it.
So go sit outside...to mind me own....everybody stops to say hi. Then a guy comes up and starts to talk to me. He loves BMW's so he asks me a bunch of questions. My nuevo amigo.... Antonio....lot of Antonio's here. ...