Hotel Medium Virgen de los Reyes
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... paces, in the afternoon treated myself to a visit to the local roman baths and a massage.
Cazorla – On the way to Corzola we stopped by the ancient town of Ubeda where we had time to look around the town and have some lunch. I visited the Sacra Capilla del Salvador (chapel) and soaked up the views of the surrounding country side which a filled with olive trees, this area of Spain supplies one third of the olives to make oil for the entire country. After ...
... train station and caught our train to Madrid. It was over 500km in 2 hours. Quiet and smooth and you didn't realise you were going so fast unless you looked at the poles by the side of the train flying past. It was great as you could get up and walk around and go to the food carriage. A recommended way to travel. The train stations are near the centre of the cities so you don't have long taxi or bus rides to airports, none of the long line ups or waits and you handle your own luggage so ...
... after getting a bite to eat, I caught the tail end of La Amargura, The Bitterness, also in white, as it joined the common route at Plaza del Duque, followed by the massive cofradia of El Amor, The Love,especially creepy looking dressed totally in black and walking in silence, the last to join the common stretch of the route as midnight approached.
I was going to go watch La Estrella as it crossed the bridge in return to the Triana neighborhood across the river after midnight, ...
Hello, the other day I rode on one of those double decker, get on get off tourist buses. It was good because it took me to places I would not have visited otherwise. Seville is really many different neighborhoods and the one I went back to after the bus is across the river from the main town and is called Triana. It is where ...
... change to go out to a dinner and Flamenco dance show. The show went for 90 minutes non-shop and we had dinner there as well. The dancing was very skilful and they danced singularly and in groups. It was very entertaining to watch. Went back to hotel for nightcaps with our travelling buddies, Michael and Colleen from Boston, then back to room for ni-nites. Oh - also rang Rick tonight for a quick chat. It was good to hear his voice ...