Posada Dos Orillas
Travel Blogs from Trujillo
... tour Evora once more, climbing up the Sé cathedral, discovering the azulejos of Igreja de Misericordia, enjoying very sweet local pastries, snapping a few shots of its narrow, orange and white street in the morning sun. Leaving Evora, catching one last glimpse of Alentejan sceneries, driving past the towns of Estremoz and Elvas, and we crossed the Spanish border once again, to reach Caceres in ...
... br> I took loads of photo's, so I'll let them tell the story -
The Plaza Mayor is over 150m long with cafes and bars down one side.
We found the Concatedral and climbed the tower, then we set off to ...
... t find anywhere to park, so had to carry on to Caceres (cath-hairess as the lovely woman in TO told us!)
We had to go right around the ring road to find the Campsite, which is next to the football stadium.
This is a Municipal site and very different to almost every other site, anywhere.
Each pitch has its own exclusive 'wet room' with ...
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 ...
We arrived at the campsite we are staying at for the next 4 nights, about 2km from Caceres and decided to treat ourselves to a 3 course meal at the restaurant on site for 9 euros each. We all had drinks and bread was brought to the table, then we had starters of tortellini, meat paella and ham and egg soup. Main course was Pork chops ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility