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... of Cuenca remained a
When I arrived in Cuenca I decided to spend the night at a
modern EXECuenca hotel at the edge of the new town. When I have a car I don’t
like to deal with parking issues of in-town hotel in cities. I figured I’d
splurge once for a night if the price was high. My mouth dropped when I was
told 42 Euros for room with a green granite bathroom with both a shower and
bathtub with glass ...
... made it even more fun. We explored this area for probably an hour climbing into every nook and cranny we could find and taking lots of cool pictures
After we done climbing and fooling around we had some tapas with our teacher. After this we caught a bus back to the train station and waited for the train to Valencia. Cuenca was a very short trip-only a few hours, but the places we saw were amazing and the nature was awesome!
It took us 14 days but finally Veronica and I outsmarted the men. Since Albacete is known for knife making we decided to spend the morning there with the objective of buying some knifes, we cannot even take the credit for finding the town, Ben read about it. We left the hotel at 9 am with no breakfast and no coffee, and you could hear a pin drop as we each went through the process of waking up. About an hour out of town we stopped at Barrax for breakfast, here ...
... While Matt and I had maybe too much fun, I couldn't travel like that for much longer. I have definitely hit my stride and feel like I could travel like this forever. I think it's important to know what makes you happy, and I am very aware that good food, good people, being outside, and getting exercise do that for me. I think that if I could do this entire summer over again a million times, I would probably do it the exact ...
... entrée (appetizer in the US) main dish, dessert and a glass of wine at a very reasonable price. We were entertained by all the sights on the square: kissing and smooching couples (unusually common in Madrid), oriental massages on the sidewalk, jugglers and bicycle stunts amongst others. The 'live’ statues have taken on new forms: people in impossible positions holding gear, all sorts of camouflage clothing – something of a continuous open air ...