Tunel del Hada Hotel & Spa
Travel Blogs from Jerte
Our last meal in Portugal was a very rustic and typical one, in a tavern of Evora called Adega do Alentejano. I sampled the famous Porco Alentejana, which is cooked with clamshells, stir fried potatoes and lots of coriander and olive oil. The Alentejan red wine is not for the faint hearted though and my head is still spinning after its 14% of alcohol enhanced the pork meat's flavor and its spices. We ...
... pleasant, with wide boulevards ,palm trees, flower beds, fountains and some lovely old buildings.
A local asked if we were looking for the Plaza Mayor and soon pointed us in the right direction.
As it was a ...
... tried to take photo's but they were just too far away, and if I 'caught' one it would dive out of sight!
Our intention was to stop for lunch at Trujillo, where Pizarro and Cortes came from. They built mansions with the money they brought back from the Americas.
We circled the town and ended up driving right through the middle, but it was market day and ...
We decided to have a chill day today and did not go in to Caceres, we did some tidying and sorting, putting bought items away safely and having a shower now they have sorted the one on site. We went for a short walk and then watched a bit of UK tv through an app then bed. Good chill day was ...
... Loin and homemade chips not frozen, followed by homemade caramel with fresh cream followed by coffee, great meal and great bargain. we settled down and I managed to get ITV on line so we watched Emmerdale, Corrie and I'm a celebrity for the first time in about 2 weeks. going in to Caceres on the bus in the morning to look around
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed