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Travel Blogs from Chilches
... with me.
There were too many choices so I told him to pick what he thought was going to be a good meal. He brought me a handle of beer first, then came back with a basket of bread rolls and a decent sized salad plate with lettuce sliced tomatoes onion and olives drizzled with oil. It was a hot afternoon so the beer was welcome and I played with the salad. The next thing I know he carries out this huge plate of juicy yellow oven cooked ...
... in Plaza de la Reina. They were having tapas but Glenda and I decided to go try out first horchata and farton and would meet Jacob again tomorrow. 8.30 Well as the Spanish don't eat tea until 10 Glenda and I were the only people in the restaurant. 15€ you select 2 plates, bread, drink and a dessert. If we'd only known, each plate was a meal in itself. Thank goodness we didn't have lunch. We are starting to crash again but trying to hold out a bit ...
... also given access to their spa area including an indoor pool, steam room and sauna. We took advantage of the "freebie" and despite feeling a little odd having to wear a shower cap in the pool we came out very refreshed. We showered and robed up in our room before setting ourselves up outside for our final afternoon of Spanish favourites- food, wine, sunshine.
... only finished half. I don't do well with big groups. I tend to just stay pretty quiet and just observe, only joining in conversations here and there that peak my interest or answering questions directed at me. Met a new person today. Wilhem from Amsterdam, I believe. He reminds me of my co-worker Mike. Seems pretty hardcore with some strong opinions, but I see right through him and know he's a pretty good-hearted guy. I'm sure most of us know someone like ...
... over a few pitchers of "Agua de Valencia" (champagne, orange juice, vodka, and gin). I got on the metro right before a storm hit and then walked back to the Centro alone in the rain. It was a bit freaky and not something I want to repeat again - walking alone at night in a storm in an unfamiliar place. I think Spain is safe and all - it is just not something I feel comfortable doing anywhere. Glad I made it home in one ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet