Travel Blogs from Badajoz
... cemetery where a few officers from the Peninsular War are buried. There are some recent commemorative Plaques. It was beautifully kept - a lovely contemplative garden
As usual I'll let the photo's tell the ...
... car park.
Luckily just 300m back down the road we had seen signs for what looked like a Municipal campsite.
We decided to walk back down the road and have a look. It looked very basic, but there was one British MH there, so we stopped to talk to them. The site cost 14e per night inc. electricity, so we decided to give it a go. Elvas is a World heritage Sight that we particularly wanted to see
... of international students. We changed our clothes and headed out to explore the center. Although it was Sunday night there were many people, young and old, strolling the streets and sitting outside at one of many cafés, sipping a drink and eating tapas. Tapas in Spain are a small snack which come in many different forms and vary from city to city. The Spanish dinner is usually between 9 and 11 p.m., therefore the Spaniards go bar hopping and ...
Slept in this morning. For some reason we never woke up until 9:00 Am, but we have the packing down to a fine art by now and 45 minutes later we've eaten breakfast and packed ready to go. Heading north from Sevilla on a very good road to a place called Merida. It's got some old ...
... hotel that Dane has been looking forward to since we booked! The heat was getting to us so we waited until late afternoon to head into Badajoz for a look around (& some geocaching of course).
At 5pm it was still about 30 degrees but by the time we were done just before 8 it was starting to cool off a little. Restaurants don't open for dinner in Spain until 8 or 9pm so we were going ...
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking