El Lagar Del Cabriel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the bull to run at you or to wave flags at the bulls and then run back to the safety of the cages. But only some people were dumb enough to try and get a really mad flaming horned bull to run after them. And finally at 2:00 am (no that was not a typo I do mean 2:00 AM) when the show was only
halfway over somebody got hit in the leg by the torch or the horn of the bull. And since the town only has one ambulance they had to pause the game wile they took him to the ...
... chocolated out we head back to our hotel for the washing in the bathroom basin & using towels to ring out the clothes. Best tip from mum before we left, roll your wet clothing in a towel & one person each end & twist to ring out. Really works. With the washing done it's off to sleep. I now discover you can hear water washing & gurgling down pipes near our room every time someone uses a toilet or basin. So don't judge a hotel by how fancy it ...
... whales! We also saw a dolphin show which was very cool. For one of our dinners we went to an authentic Spanish restaurant recommended by our hostel to try paella, a popular Spanish seafood rice dish. We had been looking forward to this meal all trip but were a little disappointed. Not sure if we're just not used to the taste or if it was actually bad. Either way, I'm glad I tried it! We spent a day on the beach. Even ...
... closed and then remembered they have siestas. Now why doesn't the rest of the world get in on this? I would love a nap every afternoon how awesome would that be? Eat. Sleep. Sangria. Repeat. New motto. Haha. The Paella was yummy too. Henry and Nicky went to check out the bull arena while me and Em went for ice cream. They said it was pretty cool and they found out that the matadors ...
... blocked out the surrounding streets which makes its quite hard to navigate and the street names don’t show up on the map) we head to the hostel, well where we thought the hostel was and before you know it I got us lost. We find the hostel and it is across the road from what looks like a bombsite but it was cheap so we bite the bullet and head in. The place is get what you pay for although we do have a cool little balcony overlooking the building next door. ...