Posada de San Jose
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPosada de San Jose Cuenca
if you love antiques...history...mountains...and walking/hiking this is the perfect spot to stay for awhile. i only wish i had booked more time to stay in cuenca and posada de san jose.
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... knife. It was only 12:30 and we sat down for a quick lunch at a local paneria on Plaza Del Altozano. We had fresh empanadas, a sandwich with brie and bacon and croissant with ham and cheese. After lunch we sat back to enjoy a cup of coffee when I saw the most gross thing ever. A little boy of about 2 and half had to go to the bathroom, his grandma pointed to a tree, naturally the boy was behind the tree, from grandma's perspective, but right in front of us. ...
... 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 ...
Battery Boy rose from his twelve hour sleep that would have made a hibernating grizzly bear proud only to be attacked by Video Girl complaining that she had been awake all night, further citing the fact that he had also slept for nearly twelve hours from Bangkok to Madrid.
Like a bear after hibernation Battery Boy was hungry. We wandered off down Calle de Goya in search for somewhere for breakfast. We eventually found the unusually named Cafe Colon a very unusual ...
... Hanging Houses) are the only remaining samples of this type of house built on a cliff face overhanging the abyss. At about 9 PM we went to Plaza Mayor and ordered a plate of Tapas (5 different sorts) and a bottle of Rioja. When the waitress brought the tapas she lit a flame thrower and singed the Tapas covered with goats cheese and caramelised onion. It only got better from there. They were all yummy! The whole lot set us back 17.50 Euro. Ole Espana!
... up Bryan and enjoy drinks and a delicious dinner at a local restaurant, next day we plan to drive to Cuenca.
After a leisurely breakfast in our new lodgings, we get everything together for our journey and by10:30 we are on our way.
But what is that paper fluttering from under our windscreen wiper? A pesky advertisement? On our next stop I’ll throw it away.
We stop at the expansive Cuenca tourist office. I glance at the paper ...