Apartamento Turistico El Caserio Ii
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... With an hour left before siesta Veronica and I made most of the time before the shops closed. We have been outmaneuvered by the men multiple times, taking us shopping during siesta, this meant we had almost no shopping to proof that we were in Spain. Time was running out, and with the poor economy, we thought it wise to use the remaining Euro's as a cash injection the help with the economic recovery, and we would ensure that the Euro's do not loose value if we ...
Today, we took a day trip to one of Spain's most surreal-looking towns, Cuenca. This 15th century town is high up on a hill with some medieval houses perched on a rock with the balconies dangling right over the abyss.. This unique architectural attraction is called Casas Colgadas (Hanging Houses).
After a bit of searching, we found the road leading to the town and I dropped Maryln, Herb and Judy off at the top of the hill while I went to ...
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The tasting menu consisted
... The little back alleys are steep, sometimes only steps lead from one little square to another. We ate lunch in one of those squares overlooking the Huecar river gorge. Even though the lunch was nothing special the view was. The St. Pauls Bridge that spans across the Huecar river was built in 1533-89 to connect the old town with the St. Paul convent on the other side. There are some fabulous views from the bridge to the old town. Las Casas ...
... up Bryan and enjoy drinks and a delicious dinner at a local restaurant, next day we plan to drive to Cuenca.
After a leisurely breakfast in our new lodgings, we get everything together for our journey and by10:30 we are on our way.
But what is that paper fluttering from under our windscreen wiper? A pesky advertisement? On our next stop I’ll throw it away.
We stop at the expansive Cuenca tourist office. I glance at the paper ...