Apartamento Turistico El Caserio Ii
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... cap like blinkers since I have fear of heights! My daughters will be proud of me that I made it over.
There are two approaches to Cuenca: one can actually drive all the way up into the old city and walk down to the hanging houses, or do it the way we did, from below, giving one a better view.
One of the houses has been transformed into a Museum of Spanish Abstract Art, but we decided to give it a miss. Judy and Herb went off exploring ...
... in the courtyard of a 16th century convent drinking alcohol which somehow made it taste even better. But the nuns got their own back in the end. S^!t those nuns know how to charge!!! Next time he thought he might just order a half carafe of their sacramental wine.
They then returned to their posada, to again enjoy the views from their balconies before ...
After a week in Madrid I got the car out of storage and we hit the road. Cuenca is a bit off the beaten track on a highway with very little traffic. In just over 100 kilometres we saw maybe 5 cars going the same way as us. Cuenca is situated on a steep spur whose slopes descend into the Jucar and Huecar rivers. Back in the year 714 when the Muslim Arabs conquered the area they realised it's strategic location and built a fortress on top of the hill. ...
... drop off Bryan at his flat and, finding a convenient parking spot, and look for a parking meter to pay. There’s none in sight, but a kind man passes by telling us that we don’t have to pay for the parking in August. Great! So it’s the same as Bilbao and Vitoria.
The flat is simple, but perfect for our needs. The owner shows us around, and assures us that we have no problem with parking, as it’s free in August.
... found on the walls of the surrounding churches and plazas. the music and lyrics are a combination of castellano, arabic and judeo-spanish languages originating from inhabitants of this area in the 12th and 13th century. the concert was magical.
i wish i had more time to explore this place...but i have to head to paris!
bueno...i shall return later to select my home.