La Caseria de Tito
- Adult pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... was a tease to have a fountain at a winery with free wine but sadly it was only 8am. We did take a sip. The ancient churches are always perched on hilltops making us wonder how they managed these architectural feats. We survived our first bout of rain for an hour today but the temperature was moderate all day making walking very tolerable. Feet are swollen and sore by bedtime, thank goodness for anti inflammatory ...
... opening hours always catch us out. Even tourist offices seem to have very varied hours sometimes closing 11 to 5 sometimes only open 10 to 2. Pat is finding the way in which he should ask for a beer is also highly varied from person to person.. Sometimes there is one late lisp, one early lisp or two lisps in the word. ...
... Tours are every half hour and always with a guide – Spanish speaking only – but it wouldn’t matter, the place speaks for itself. Once inside you can feel the richness. I mean spiritual richness. Unlike most of the other places we visited, this place – a small place for worship, a courtyard, a sacred bath and a cellar – felt alive. Full. Echoes of the people who passed through here – seeking refuge, giving worship – ...
Like its slightly larger neighbor Ubeda, Baeza as observed
today is largely a product of the Renaissance despite much earlier routes. The
two towns are, in fact, so rich in almost purely Renaissance architecture that
they together constitute a UNESCO World Heritage site.
I visited Baeza in the tarde (afternoon) after spending the
manana (morning) in Ubeda. Manana and tarde in Spain ...
Ubeda and Baeza are two small cities in Jaen Province about
30 miles from Jaen, an easy trip by bus. They have nicknames along the lines of
“The Cradle of the Renaissance in Spain” for having flowered economically in
the 1500s on the wool trade. The wealthy families in both towns built their
palaces and public buildings in the latest style of the time, one imported from
Italy that we now call Renaissance. Although ...