Metropol Rooms Alcala
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... tour this was! I’ve never been on a walking tour of
a small city that exhaustively goes to almost every sight of any significance
and takes more than three hours. These stops included the Corral de Comedia
(oldest theater in Spain), the chapel of Cardinal Cisneros tomb, the courtyards
and rooms of the university (including those where the Cervantes Prize pomp is
held), a stroll down the Calle Mayor, the museum with Cervantes baptismal font,
Left Melide around 8 am. Sunny, warm morning. Delightful walk out of Melide. Our first stop was just over an hour after we started. Tea, orange juice and tarte de Santiago. Yumm. Can you believe the wait to use the toilet was 15 minutes? Continued walking. I had but a knee sock on and my knee became very irritated and swollen. Darn, I kept that thing on too long. We came upon a small cafe, sat ...
This past weekend, Emma, Steve, Angel, Max, and I went to southern Spain
to the beautiful city of Granada to visit the Sierra Nevada Mountain
Range. The mountains were beautiful...from our view across from La
Alhambra. We never actually made it to the mountains, pero no me
importa. The hostel we stayed at was an experience because we had no
towels and had to use our t-shirts to dry us. When we finally did get a
towel, it ...
... Cuevas del Duque which is in a 500 year old wine cellar of the Duchess of Alba. The restaurant has been there for 200 years. We placed our orders last night. On the way to the restaurant we went past several illuminated buildings including the Cathedral and the Royal Palace. As we sat down the waiter brought pitchers of Sangria for each table and by the end of the night the three of us had downed two pitchers as well as glasses of red and ...
... more. Before this week, Julia would work until 3pm, and I ate lunch by myself. Now however, we eat both Breakfast and lunch together and therefore talk much more. Its been a good thing for my Spanish! Also, I have met 2 of Julia's sisters and 3 friends in the past 4 days who have dropped by to check up on her. Although I don't talk much with the visitors, Its good to see new facing coming and going. In the first three weeks here nobody except one sister had been by. Julia ...