Hotel Puerta Del Sur
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Ale to sample a bit more before going for lunch.
We drove to the Kunstmann Brewery where we had planned to have a German style lunch and a tour, but when we arrived we were told they were closing at 3pm for private event. Their tables were full at moment so a quick bite to eat was out of question and for some unknown reason we couldn't do the last tour which was in 45 minutes. The way in which we were told all this will certainly not ...
... and he has to be out in all weathers – didn’t envy him
today trying to find shelter in the bushes for several hours.
Decided it was a good day for baking so made garlic &
oregano focaccia and pommes dauphinoise – the oven is a nightmare so it was a
challenge – finished the pots in a drawer of the wood burner that made a nice
crispy topping unlike the oven that only cooks from the bottom.
... there. Stopped to admire the wonderful sea/sunset views from the barn, much better than from the house and finally got back about 2.30pm having left at 9am.
Time for a quick sandwich and then back to the digging and firewood sorting as couldn’t get the mower to start. Knocked off about 7pm and cranked up the wood burner – Jorge showed me his trick with the flame thrower for getting it alight but still hard work keeping it ...
(For La Abejita Stupida: FIESTAAA kalimbaa foreveeer baby i likee it)
Sooooo; the last two days have been pretty quiet.
I would love to say I have been busy with doing nothing but that wouldn't be true ;).
Only thing I did the last two days was pretty much studying Spanish.
Two (very interesting, lovely) books pretty much kept me busy for that time.
One is a rules and practice book for grammar (who doesn't love ...
... 7 Days In Sunny June this definitely was not.
It continued to rain for the two hour drive to Valdivia on the Pacific coast. It was still raining when we popped out to the fish market and haggled for some hake (our brusque American hostess swiftly explains this needs to be cooked on the outdoor hob so we don't stink out the house); it was still raining when we went to try some artisanal beer in a local pub that ...