La Malcontenta Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... their own way, except for Talia's Nemo who stopped for elevenses every time she relaxed the reins. The back drop of the Martes Plain and the snow capped Pyrenees in the distance was spectacular.
When we got back Rafa gave us a demonstration of pole bending (slalom on horseback) which was hugely impressive - then we all had a go, which ...
... as a better environment to bring up their children than San Diego and now run this sports B&B. Most people here are training for triathlons or on cycling holidays - makes our riding plan look rather gentle!
We met their children over a sandwich for lunch and were introduced to their 7 puppies - all black Labradors about 1 month old and a delight. Talia was ...
... close to the old city which has beautiful coloured houses along the river. We were really in the Spanish way of life, finishing a leisurely lunch at 4pm. Walked around yet another medieval city, getting lost amongst its many alley ways as we weaved our way up to the Cathedral at the top. Never get sick of doing this. Another beautiful city that provided lots of photo opportunities and a chance ...
... in touch with after our time here. Spaniards refer to our year as a parentesis -- a parenthesis. We certainly wrangle grammar on a daily basis (especially the many versions of past tense in Spanish) but the notion of this as a way to describe our experience really resonates with me. We're taking a pause out of our regular story -- to tell a slightly different tale.
Other happenings -- We dashed to Madrid for an overnight on ...
... a wander but nothing too heavy. On Monday morning we decided to walk into town, probably around 20 minutes to see what was happening, well, nothing. It is amazing but everything seems to close down, there are hundreds and hundreds of units and apartments that are closed for the winter, they generally won't open until April/May, same as the restaurants and shops, it is quite eerie walking through an almost empty town. ...