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- High-speed internet in room
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... around it. They changed the bull out every once and a while, but as the streets from the plaza made a sort of square, you never knew when the bull would run around the corner. I was shocked that there were so many people milling around the plaza casually drinking and talking, including children and elderly people. There were some wooden barriers on one edge of the plaza, but when I asked a local where to stand she laughed and told me I would not see the bull if I stood ...
... to Plaza Mayor. Stopping at whatever caught our interest along the way. Almost everywhere we walked we were assailed by grand scenic views, with imposing rock cliffs and ledges, and aged architecture, much of it in various stages of restoration. Photo opportunities everywhere, many photo points are marked on the tourist maps. On the western side someone had climbed high on the opposite cliff and painted a pair of large eyes which seemed to watch us. Much of the walking ...
... no sign of the Police, so it was looking good, however as I attempted to drive out of the garage my exit was blocked by a small van whose driver had disappeared with a trolley load of goods. No big deal I thought he'll be back in a few minutes, 10 minutes later I was not so sure, meanwhile the rest of the street was backing up with cars. Anyway after what seemed like eternity he reappeared and hustled when he realised the fuss he had ...
I booked an evening walk through central Cuenca with a guide, a Dutch guy called Jurgen who'd been living here for over 25 years. He held the tour in Spanish. It started while it was still light and ended in the dark when the city also looks amazing.
The tour was very interesting and entertaining and the three other Spanish couples were ...
... we were about to leave when she came outside carrying pillows which she insisted we sit on, as the benches were wet. It was such a sweet act of humanity and it was a shame that all we could say was hola and Gracias when we felt so appreciative. We were blown away again by the beautiful scenery, especially the sunflowers. Their yellows and light greens break through the browns of the other crops. We ...