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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... 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 – ...
... correspond to
morning and afternoon as most of us know it. Manana is like the first opening
time of day for businesses and runs until 1:00 or 2:00 P.M. when things break
for a while for lunch and siesta. The tarde runs from around 4:00 or 5:00 to
around 8:00 or 9:00. Anwway, I was in Baeza for the very quiet tarde before
heading back to Jaen for the night. I’m glad I visited Baeza second for ...
... Ubeda are like the two towns that Vandelvira built.
Compared to larger cities, not that many of the Renaissance
buildings in Ubeda are of museum stature that can be visited by the public.
Many now function as buildings for public administration or education and are
only interesting from the outside. There are a couple of note, though,
including the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, a funerary monument to Francisco de
los Cobos, one ...
... week before.
Being in town on Lunes (Monday), I knew it would be closed
like every attraction other than the cathedral, but still thought it would be
worth the hike for the views over Jaen. And it was fine! It was enough of a
hike that I felt entitled to award myself with a beer at the next door parador’s
(government-run castle hotel) bar. I decided to make the olives that came as
tapas with my beer my dinner.