NH Ciudad de Valladolid
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This is a very urban place high rise flats all around us we are on yet another car park but this one leaves a lot to be desired. There are about 12 vans parked along side us. Next to us is a sign telling us if we break any rules we will be punished by the Mayor not seen the Mayor so not going to chance it. We left Borgos late after lunch we found a shopping mall so spent a leisurely ...
... park outside and I went into a lively foyer, the receptionist spoke English and they had a room at 55euros!!!Plus 10for parking - didn't bother to look but it ended being great, large, comfy and oh so sparkly!! Enjoyed a wine watching the World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships - lots of it with hoops - amazing what inspires you when your stuck for choice!! Ventured out into the wind and rain and had a meal that was tasty but not what ...
... in the wardrobe... Again we did not see the person on the other side but John poked his head through and said ‘Hola’ ! I suspect that this was not the done thing. It was fast becoming clear that this was not a family establishment. The biggest clue was on the hilarious room service menu ( photo attached...!) This became more obvious in the middle of the night ...
This day was our last day with my friends here in Valladolid. We woke up a little earlier than yesterday and we went out with Ines to explore the city. Some things were exactly the same as they had been 15 years ago when I first came here as an exchange student. Some things were totally different.
Richard plays soccer with friends every Sunday and would meet us later at Ines and Maria's ...
... friend, Julian. This 80 year old man greeted me by saying, "Eres extranjera?"…Are you a foreigner?...He must not have seen my Spanish/English dictionary on the bench (an obvious giveaway). We proceeded to talk for about an hour, and he told me about Zamorra, a part of Spain where his family is from. We figured out that we are neighbors because he lives in Plaza Circular as well. When the ...