Hotel Las Truchas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... coke - which he never drank as a rule. Well I totally get it now - nothing feels as good as a cold Coke when the sweat is pouring off you - I am ready to do a commercial for the company! Afternoon tapas hits the spot (with alcohol-free sangria - who'd have known!), and allows one to wait for the Spanish supper time. Enjoyed a number of hours of AC, then headed back outside for dinner in a small square behind the hotel - very civilized!! Mañana - ...
... drinks with last night and both a fun. Interesting name. Which comes originally from Kurdestan. But Will is so English but born in Khartoum to Irani/Jewish father who was a trader there until they were displaced in the 60's. They come from Sussex (N Chailey) and had a furniture business now sold so travelling a lot having rented out their house but also have a flat in ...
... us. The spectacular view of the town now dwarfed below and the valley beyond, was worth the long and hot climb up. The legend here is that when the Spanish were trying to seize the Castle, from the Moors. The Spanish had failed several times. A clever Spanish soldier noticed the Moorish sentinel would check if any attackers were hiding behind the wall by tossing a rock and setting the pigeons in flight. If they flew the sentinel figured there was no danger. One night a ...
... now officially one of the despised. We then set off to see the Equestrian performance in Jerez, at top speed because I had held up the bus! I really enjoyed it. The horses, the costumes, the skill of the riders were all magnificent . SO disappointed though that we weren't allowed to take pictures. It would have a made a nice change from cathedrals and palaces haha. We then had a flying visit to the port city of Cadiz, oldest city in ...
The entire drive took us a couple of hours and we both thought that this would be a good area for some road cycling (for those who enjoy hills), with stops for a café in the little towns along the way. We got back to camp mid-afternoon and had a late lunch, sitting out at our picnic table. We sat, basking in the sun and soaking up its warmth. Post lunch, I headed off on a bike ride south-west of the campsite and was gone for nearly ...