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Bilbao centre is a mish-mash of roadworks and contraflow. Maybe they don't want us to leave. My TomTom was nearly in tears. Saw several cars/vans from the ferry more than once before I decided to just head east for a couple of miles and let it recalculate.
1700. Hells teeth, who ordered a tropical rainstorm? Several bikes parked ...
When I got to Siguenza I managed to find what I think may
have been the only hotel that was open midweek during the off-season. It was
quite plain, but that’s perfectly fine with me when it only cost 32 Euros.
Siguenza is another one of Spain’s medieval towns located in
a region of exceptionally low population density. I saw a sign with info about
the area showing that the mountainous northern part of Guadalajara province has
a population of ...
... parking between the castle and the
village. When I woke up therain had temporarily stop, but the castle and
hilltop were covered with a light layer of snow.
I drove the 25 miles to the larger town of Siguenza and
arrived shortly before dusk. I had planned to stop in the village of Imon where
there are ruins of historic salt evaporation works, but it raining hard again
as the light was fading. Oh well, you can’t win with the weather all the time!
... bells ringing made the moment even more surreal. Topping our French picnic experience was the unexpected gourmet palate surprise of 'miel et cannelle'. What looked like a pate spread of some sort to go with our cheese and meat turned out to be a creamed cinnamon honey which was to die for- oh I can't describe how amazing it was spread over the fresh bread, I was in heaven! As we sat there soaking up the experience Mother Nature had provided us we realised it ...
Having left Sayalonga during the most stunning sunrise of our trip we then had a beautiful drive north through central Spain via Granada and Jaen. The province of Jaen produces the majority of Spanish olives and there are spectacular groves as far as the eye can see. We stopped for fuel just after Madrid and discovered a slight problem ,a 'pinchazo'
. Deep joy. Come on, you don't know what a flat tyre is in ...