Alojamiento Turistico Cerro Socorro
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... Historical rumours of soldiers disguised as sheep entering the city but more than likely just held to siege until they gave up. Since the Bishop moved in around that time it has been a Diocesan Centre ever since and a Bishop still lives next to the Cathedral with many Holy Day services conducted there. It has always been the centre of many convents and monasteries and there still remains a seminary in operation.
Our accommodation is the ...
... in terms of travel and had intended to stay in Cuenca my
third night on the road.
Despite the descriptions I read, the geography of Cuenca was
still a mystery to me until I saw it. Essentially, several rivers descending
from the Serrania de Cuenca, the highlands east of the city carved deep canyons
separated by ridges where the highlands meet the plain. Cuenca started with a
castle built on one of those narrow ridges between ...
... 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!
... and we parted company at midnight for another early evening. We are struggling to stay up till 2 am like the Spaniards, but then we also get up about 2 or 3 hours earlier than them. My first moments of the new day was spend sitting in the windowsill looking out over the beatuful nature, all I needed was that cup of coffee. We started the day with a breakfast in the hotel. Now off to the last day...we are sad, but life needs to continue...maybe today we will do the ...
... and a half or two hours round trip, but it was actually only 20 minutes to the top. I think hours of siesta, cartons of cigarettes, and rounds of cerveza have impaired the locals' ability to judge distance and rigor. I stayed for the the perfect amount of time, and it was the perfect stop. It's all perfect! I think if I could I would be 20 forever. I'm just old enough to have fun with people of any age, I feel pretty ...