Hotel Spa La Casa Mudejar
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... walls that have yet to be made safe for pedestrians.
Avila was declared a UNESCO word heritage site in 1985 and it truly is a well protected city with cars forbidden in some areas. The main cathedral of Avila took over 200 years to build and complete. St Joseph's Monastery is where the Carmelite order started and also the birthplace of Saint Teresa - and they have a relic of her body ...
... wanted from Spain was a real sword. When I reminded him of this he responded with great 5 year old logic: "I don't want to kill myself, so instead of a real sword I want a wooden one." I don't think any mother would argue with this logic, so he got the wooden sword, as did Amelie and Ian. John and I predicted the wooden swords would last in our family about two weeks, we sadly over estimated the quality of the sword making and under estimated ...
... feet from the cobblestone streets in heels. To top off the night, it started pouring rain on our way back to the hotel. Like usual, I was without a coat or umbrella. Making memories, yeah?
That night we went to bed around 4:30 (still early according to the Spaniards) and we ended up missing breakfast the next morning because we were so tired. The bus ride home from Madrid was terrible. Krysta and I starved most of the way and couldn't wait to get back ...
... town of Chinchon.
Not many people have heard of Chinchon, including me, but its name is given to a substance without which many pre-prandial drinks would not be possible and without which many would suffer even more from a terrible disease.
The Conde de Chinchon was sent to Peru as Viceroy in the 17th century, and his wife, the Contessa, was an amateur botanist. ...
... by the aqueduct. We wanted to use the restrooms at the tourist center, but it was not open yet. So we had coffee and churros at a small shop on the plaza.
After that, we walked south along Calle de San Francisco until we got to Calle Pintor Montalvo. There we turned left and walked to the Plaza de Dia Sanz, just on the east side of the aqueduct. I had not been there before. It was a unique view of the aqueduct.
We left and walked back to ...