Apartamento Turistico El Caserio Ii
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... village of Frias on route to our hotel which has a castle at the centre. It is located on a rocky outcrop that rises above the surrounding valley and looked particularly impressive due to the atmospheric clouds and surrounding mountains. Following a drink in Frias (another Zumo de piña for Joey) we went onwards to our home for the evening. When we arrived we realised again the difficulties of our ...
... taking notes as she has to report on the worth or otherwise (and value) in bringing future tours here.
I am sitting on the train which is taking us from Cuenca to Valencia, the third biggest city in Spain. This is the birth place of the Paella and lunch will be waiting for us. After this we are off on a walking tour of the city. Tomorrow morning sees the start of a free day but a few of us are going to book a bike tour around the ...
... might come up on broadcast
TV. Back then a church potluck slideshow was a real treat. Wow, how times have
changed since I was a kid!
I eagerly attended those potlucks and slideshows because of
my interest in the world. One of those that particularly stands out in my mind
was one on Spain put on by the daughter (I think her name was Kathy Hammel) of
a church member who spent a year studying in Madrid. I still recall some of ...
... of the class trips as well so its safe to say we were not all that bright and cheery.
Although it was pouring when we first got to Cuenca, it actually turned out to be a lot of fun. We saw a few different cathedrals/churches/mosques, the hanging houses which literally are attached to the side of a wall and hang over a cliff, and then we saw a very cool aqueduct. In order to get to it we had to do a little climbing ...
... you start by putting on the smallest sweater, then the one that is bigger, ending with the big old jacket on top - layering. Now you take a piece of string starting from one hand, thread it thorguh the inside up your arm, over the back and down the other arm. The last step is to carefully take all the layers off as a single unit, while keeping the layers in tack. Proceed to tie the string to help keep the layers. Fold it carefully that only the outside jacket ...