Hotel & Spa La Salve
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... that is over 7' high and contains over 100 lbs. of gold, much less the silver and other valuables woven into a delicate piece of jewelry that is displayed once a year pulled on a wagon. The room also had shelves full of gold or silver goblets, (some bejeweled) and various other pieces of precious jewelry. Becca's corner: goat cheese fondue for dinner while dining in a medieval grotto beneath the streets of ...
... stuffed with some seafood that we weren't prepared to know what it actually was) but the food filled us all up anyway! One person normally has two or three tapas meals, we had less than half each and we were full, teenagers are meant to eat a lot but we ain't got nothing on the Spanish apparently!!
It was so refreshing hearing Aussie accents for the first time in nearly two months, and to have intellectual conversations that everyone understood. We were all taken ...
... this late in autumn, with fine and sunny conditions and a top temperature of 25 degrees Celsius.
I woke at around 10:30AM, and proceeded to the lounge room where I beat the computer (albeit on level 1) at a game of chess. The rest of the family woke soon after, and today was looking like being a bit of a turn around day for me, as I had slept well over the course of the night and felt as though my health was just about back to normal. We went down to the La ...
... to the original escalator, which won "Project of the year" from Escalator World in 2002, not a publication I read frequently. It’s in 6 sections, on different angles, protected from the weather with amazing views. Easily the coolest escalator we have seen this summer. The girls do the up and down loop a few times before one of the local folks gets testy and points out the little sign that shows that little ones need to hold the hands of their mom. Buzzkill.
After breakfast in beautiful Córdoba, we took one last gaze out of our room window at the old town, and were off on time to Castille - La Mancha, the province where Toledo is located. Once in La Mancha (and yes, this is the region that's the namesake of the movie), it was evident that this area is famous for its wine production and olives/olive oil. There were rolling hills lined with orchard after orchard of olive trees and ...