Hotel & Spa La Salve
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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... meat and pototoes stew. Since we did not have tickets we walked over to the local pub and had a great tapas lunch. Chorizo and peppers on small bocadilla (buns), choriza, tortillas - which is more like a quiche with eggs, onions and potatoes. Johan was still in the mood for jamon iberico and we walked over the the butcher shop. Here Johan found another friend, I think the only person in Spain that can speak English, and she told us that the ...
... thereby forcing you to your room I would be better with this. Well honestly maybe not. It could be like the car thing. All I know is that while I wrote about how being shaken out of my normal comfort zone and cleanliness and so on in Greece helped to tear down some more walls, which was awesome, now that those wall are gone I am totally okay with moving back up the star scale. Lesson learned. We can go back to just basic luxuries now, thank you, like ...
... minutes. Molly and I enjoy a relaxing cocktail and marvel a bit at how nice the evening is, still so light and warm, approaching 10pm and we haven’t even started dinner yet.
When we get in, the girls take their showers and get PJs on. Dinner is simple but wonderful. Molly picked up a nice cut of beef in the market which we finished into 3 good sized steaks and marinated for the afternoon. We do some simple roast vegetables, have bread and wine. Everyone gets ...
... a fence at what appears like the ruins of a circus. Oh.
Over lunch a quick search on the phone reveals the highlights of Merida, mostly as a well excavated Roman town. Photos of the theater are impressive, and the satellite shows the center of the ensemble to be less than a mile away so we agree we'll do a cursory drive by to see what's open to the public. The classics student in me is giddy with excitement, although that is not shared universally amongst my travel ...
... a few Tapas. My favorite was the Chorizo sausage, Jeff & Amelia whined that it was too greasy, they liked the Tapas that we had no idea what it was! We had no problem that it was 10pm & just now eating, the place was packed & enjoyed being out & about. Was so proud of Amelia, when it came time to order, she stepped right up to the bar & ordered for us in Spanish. She is going to have so much fun with the culture of Spain. ...