Posada Dos Orillas
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bends. We are making for San Lucar on the Spanish coast not far from the Portuguese border depending on the weather and the situation we may stay a while. We had no internet up in the mountains and it was frustrating I had not realised how much I used it till it was gone. Some pics of the mountains before we drove over ...
... Cafe/Restaurant and service station buildings before entering the Cafe. Little evidence from the outside as to how busy they would be inside. Both the Cafe and Restaurant sections were busy. As I still had access to a human translator I asked Susana to help me order something to eat. At the back of the Cafe was a large open grill, having a look I noted a tempting array of BBQing meats and with Susana's assistance I ordered a very tasty steak ...
... desk recognised her as we walked in. Settled in, quick shower and out, I hear a cold beer calling my name. Armed with Trip Advisor's #2 restaurant recommendation 'Perhaps Taperia' and the Trip Advisor map we set off to find the place. #1, check their website first, #2, don't rely on the Trip Advisor map when you've lost WiFi. Suffice to say I managed to get us there only to find it ...
... Plaza and was given a brief theatric piece of course all in Spanish so we had no idea what it was about. Returning towards our hotel the music volume increased as we got closer, the bass booming across Plaza Mayor. Bad music and singing is not protected by language, as I type this my ears are being assaulted clearly they don't have the taste police out and about. I'm holding feint hope it will stop at ...
The trip to Caceres was long but easy, mostly 120K highways, arriving into town around 7:45pm the TomTom faithfully guided me to the parking Garage. After a really big day commuting an icy cold beer was well received at the local restaurant as I joined mum and some of her conference colleagues. We then wandered up through the plaza in search of some more tasty fare, settling on a promising looking Tapas bar that didn't disappoint. Meson San Juan on Plaza San Juan is a small ...