Hotel & Spa La Salve
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... El Grecos everywhere) mountains of gilt carved wood. It boggled me. The treasures and fortunes involved here are beyond estimate. The narrative in the headphones is correct line Catholic theology, and a who's who of rulers, cardinals and noble designers ... I can't escape thoughts of the herculean labour and artisan knowhow that went into this. There were rooms and places where church dignitaries have sat over millennia, seats that ...
... El Greco, whose style I love.
Next was lunch. In Spain, many cities have a menu del día (menu of the day), where you pay a flat price (today it was 12 euros) and you get three courses, bread, dessert, and wine. It's an awesome setup, and this is not the first time we've done it. I had some paella which was AMAZING, and some steak. It's a ridiculous amount of food, but in Spain lunch is the largest meal, with ...
... of the dumbfounded looks while we are trying to process, I get really discouraged. But all in all, the locals speak Spanish and I fumble my way through the ordering process.
I just can’t wait to be in Sevilla tomorrow and finally meet my host family. Then I can actually be fully immersed in Spanish culture and hopefully start only speaking Spanish.
... ham which he pointed out and gave u's a slice. The ham looked good and was only $14/kg so we grabbed 100 grams of ham and cheese. When I went to pay it come to nearly 20 buck and once I looked at the receipt and the ham was 140 a kilo not 14! Murr. We then went to the town plaza and ate the most expensive ham in town and it was ok. Once we finished off the ham we strolled around for a while saw the bull ring then legged it. Pretty ...
... rolled the table breaking all your bones in the process. When mum got home she found out that a man from Bangladesh had posted a comment on her blog, she got up and started dancing while saying "I'm a little bit famous" how sad mum was that day.
Toledo is famous for making knives that you use to kill bulls in the bullfights and marzipan. In Spain we discovered that bakeries are called panaderias which sounds like pan ...