Tunel del Hada Hotel & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
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We have arrived in Caceres through the middle of town bit stressful I had to pull over at one point snooper wanted to take us down a closed off road then had a strop because I didn't. We spent most of the day driving over the Francia mountains spectacular if a little trying she is a big girl to drag up and down and ...
Now down to two, mum and I and the 16 seater bus, time to spread out a bit. Bizarrely when you tilt the seats back the thinness of the cushion becomes more obvious, so whilst I can lie back I'm getting a numb backside. It will be good to get back into our little Toyota Yaris tomorrow. Another enforced rest break, even Susana is starting to question his almost religious zeal for breaks. The sun is out and it is much warmer than the North so we ambled ...
... hand cycle wheelchair, no big deal you say, but behind him was his partner riding her standard pushy. So what you say, these two were in Seville last night we are being stalked ;-) LOL Beer good, nibbles good, wine good, food good but not really Tapas more Tostas. Nonetheless quite tasty, improved with each dish. The last was the best, a pork with cheese and onion. Waddled back to the ...
... need to make arrangements in advance. Armed with my English language map, electronic devices and general lack of worry I took off into the old town. I eventually stumbled upon the Museo de Caceres, free entry, photography allowed (no flash), a maze of rooms and artefacts, most signage having a small English note so I was able to get into it. The museum deposited my outside away from where I had ...
... restaurant, a quick peruse of the menu we spotted a ten piece Tapas and Red wine for €25. Good Tapas and wine although I wish I could speak Spanish to order some of be amazing looking small goods on display. The locals were ordering platters of amazing looking finely sliced meats and cheeses. Post Tapas and Red wine we wandered back down through the Plaza awash with voices and people, looking mostly like uni students it seems they are on break and partying is the order of the ...