Hotel La Posada
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... darting. Yes, the 'espadrille' store was close by. The scent of canvas and rope was in the wind. Mañana, mañana. We sat on the roof with pasta and wine, watching people meander through the plaza, the restaurant touts busily drawing them to tables, the rise and graceful fall of what looked like purple fireflies, but which were actually little illuminated plastic helicopters shanghaied into the sky by Sri Lankan students working their way through uni. We saw these toys in ...
... up no where and all the buildings began to look the same. This wasn't a problem, until we were given three hours free time to wander and get completely, completely lost. We went for lunch at a Tapas place but there was no English menu. Between the eleven of us and our translators we chose five dishes, to then order more when we found out what we liked. In the end we didn't get any of the dishes we actually ordered and some of it was kind of terrible and no one touched (smoked ...
... also sitting in the last car, and I was surprised to to see them using a disposable (film) camera. At first they didn’t know that I spoke English, but I was chatting with a young guy from Quebec when the tram stopped, and they overheard me talking. The woman was a University Professor from New York, and she was in Spain to give a presentation.
After the “tacky tourist train”, I stopped at a small shop ...
... her name..). We walked probably halfway around the city and then decided that gelado was a must. After gelado we sat at the Cafe y Te place in la plaza de zocodaver for about an hour while Danny ordered paella y una cervesa, and then proceeded to bask in the sun in the plaza for two hours. Not having anything to do for hours except sit around and enjoy the beautiful weather and each other's company was fantastic. We returned to La Fund at 7 for ...
... ancient bridge covering a huge river 200 meters below, climbs up a winding mountainside road and drops us off right at the drive way of our hotel! Sweet. So there are only 700 yards of super steep uphill climb left.
Back to the TV, cookies, mineral water, and expansive view of the old city, three miles away as the magpie flies, its gorgeous ancient buildings lit up by spot lights as they climb up the mountain side.