Apartamento Turistico El Caserio Ii
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... Julian and was built in the 15th century and you could just feel its age when you walked in the door. It was located at the foot of the old city and from here you could appreciate the natural land forms that made the old city pretty much impenetrable; although we know that King Alfonso eventually did. You will see in the photos a viaduct that brought water in from 7 kms away. As the city sits on two rivers they knew the King wouldn't ...
... something that seems a little incongruous, but Cuenca was apparently
home of several highly recognized twentieth century modernists. Abstract art is
generally not my favorite, but the fair-sized collection is laid out nicely. A
few other small museums nearby are dedicated to things like local archaeology
and religious art and artifacts. Cuenca’s cathedral is pretty interesting and a
good audioguide is included with the admission.
... 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!
... 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 ...
... and he may be down to Sevilla at some point as well. Last night we made some pasta and hung out, showed each other music videos and things of the sort. This morning I got up at seven and ran to the highest hill overlooking the city, where there is a statue of Jesus. I got up there and watched the sunrise over the city-- it was so beautiful and a perfect way to end my visit. The run wasn't too bad, everyone said it would be ...