Tuesday January 26, 2016
This morning after our coffee and toast and a walk to the bus station to see if we could pre-purchase our tickets for the bus ride today (we couldn’t – the ticket window appears to be permanently closed.). We paid a couple of Euros to go down inside the Puente Nuevo to see the exhibits and views.
Then we checked out of our room and left our bags behind the front desk. We visited the Museo Lara. It is one man’s very eclectic collection of everything from inquisition instruments, to typewriters, to Roman coins. It was fun and fascinating to explore.
At 3:45 we caught the bus to Arcos de la Frontera another white hill town where we are staying tonight. The taxi that took us to the top of the hill and our small hotel drove through the narrowest streets I have ever seen. This is our hotel. Right now I am sitting by the fire working on this blog.
We had really great tapas for dinner.
Bull tail croquettes.
Warm Goat cheese with plum preserves.
This is part of the road our taxi took us on to get to our hotel.
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Bull “tail” croquettes…..at least that is what they told you. ;o )
But they were good!!
Don’t doubt that they were- they were fried and breaded after all.