Posada Dos Orillas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Good drive back, less trucks on the road today, more cars but generally well spaced out and sitting a bit below the speed limit kept me in front of the slow traffic but out of thrust and parry of the faster drivers. TomTom took us the back way into town, so we saw a side of Caceres, the normal daily life, that wouldn't have otherwise seen. Clearly Mum has been here too long, the lady at ...
... 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 ...
... she is too fond of dating to convert:)
That night we stayed in a very small town called Madronera. During a hike, Rebecca and Jaxon discovered an old abandoned Bullfighting Arena! We enjoyed eating outside together at this small café. It's been really hot and dry here in Spain – so hot, that we all cheered Jimmy on as he jugged an entire 2-Liter bottle of ...
... We had one of the parking nearby available hotels and on this occasion we jagged one right across the lane. the apartment was built against one of the old walls. I accidentally opened one of the lower kitchen cupboards and had a full blast of mould. This started to explain the extractor fans near the door, the strange odour and the blocked noses and sneezing. I can say that the hotel wasn't expensive but sometimes you get good and sometimes not ...