Hotel el Cresol de Calaceite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... including mazes create a stunning area. That night we attended a traditional flamenco show - noisy, vibrant, exhausting - and we were only watching! Very passionate performers with wonderful costumes. 4/9 saw us walk to Plaza de Espana - I saw this place on the latest series of Amazing Race as a pit stop and wanted to see it for real. A free open plaza with absolutely amazing mosaic work and artwork - I seem to be saying this every day! Plaza de Espana was developed in 1929 for ...
... was prepared for Ibiza. OMG!!!! Now there is a town to mess with your mind. Being the huge party animal I am known for (note the sarcasm) I am feeling every bit of muscle ache and sleep deprivation this town has inflicted on me, not to mention the patches of sunburn I inflicted on myself. There is a line to a song which has been going through my head since I arrived on this island which says 'eat, sleep, rave, repeat. Eat, sleep, rave, repeat' this sums up the attitude of ...
Leaving Teruel we drove to Monreal del Campo before we stopped to have breakfast. Double espresso, toasted bread with a smidgen of tomato paste and dried ham on top, before moving on to Daroca with it's impressive gate flanked by two towers. There was also a nice old fountain with several spouts beside the main gate. The town is surrounded by a 3,5 Km. long wall and has lots of towers, but from what we could see it's all pretty much washed out and we spent little time ...
But oh the heat!!! It has finally gotten hot to the point that the mornings are not refreshing much anymore and the afternoons are borderline intolerable. I'm still enjoying the lower humidity but its creeping in. The food here is amazing. I have tried so many new things and am continually keeping an open mind when something is put down in front of me. In Granada if you buy a beverage between 7ish and midnight ...
... I will be taking one of my exams for my classes in America early. Of course that means that tonight I will be studying for several hours before collapsing on my bed, only to wake up and head to classes.
My classes here last from 9AM to 1PM and then I ALWAYS take a siesta. "Siesta" here means nap. However, it is so widespread that businesses, restaurants, and shops close for it. When some businesses close for siesta, they don't reopen, they just take the day off. ...