Parador de Arcos de la Frontera
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... It's nice though. We went to bed fairly late. ------- We woke up at 12 pm. It was awesome. It rained and snails littered the yard and our front door. We didn't do much today, except read and swim in the pool. For dinner, we went to the city, where my dad was cursing and trying to figure out how to get to the restaurant. It was super intense. We finally got there and it was a 10 minute walk. Luckily, we ...
... we checked-in, we were served olives and glasses of sherry - probably given to all tourists to settle their nerves after driving into town! Well, at least Sue's nerves. The hotel itself was built as a private home in 1705, and literally hangs off the side of the cliff, as did our room with an amazing patio, all which afforded us beautiful views over the valley. The room itself with its beautiful arch ceilings was perfect with perhaps the exception of the ...
... This seems like overkill. Molly is flustered and a bit embarrassed, writes out a nice note for me to take with me to go talk with Jose to see if I can get our money back. She wants no part of this, so takes the girls into a local ceramic shop while I make my way back to the square to talk with Jose. He assures me that he will keep tabs on our car and put more money in the meter when needed, that I don't need to worry about any of this. Seems reasonable enough, we'll come ...
... of Cadiz.
Like all of Spain, Cadiz has a very interesting history. At this time it is meant to be one of the poorest areas of Spain. Unemployment is very high because there is not much action in their port. The people are smiling and happy. With the ocean and the views it was hard not to be happy.
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... people brought their own wine, hard alcohol, and mix to the gathering and we once again thought that was a great way to celebrate Easter! It was so unusual for us to see police just standing around watching people mixing drinks out of their plastic bags and cracking bottles of wine in the streets. North Americans could learn a thing or two from Europeans.
We still have four more nights in Arcos de la Frontera and a lot more of the town to explore.