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hill partly surrounded by canyons. It makes some of the lists of most beautiful
villages in Spain. Naturally, the town has an impressive castle now used as a
parador (luxury hotel). The Wikipedia article on the town includes historical
population data. Alarcon now has around 150 residents, down from over 1,000 in
1960. Now that’s rural depopulation! And it shows in the nearly deserted nature
of the ...
... year. They showed us to our pitch (the only one available!) as Jill was out having her hair cut. When Jill returned she rushed over to introduce herself and produced a Sky box and cable and set up the TV for us, obviously the most important thing to her visitors. She then showed us round the site, demonstrating the washing machine (€2 a go), the very spacious shower room with loads of hot water and ...
... practice all our newly acquired Spanish as the cafe owner spoke 0 English. We ordered coffee 3 different ways, got toast with tomato and olive oil, butter and jam. It was great and we felt like olympians, although we would surely fail at Spanish spelling bee. In Albacete we found the shop we were looking for and got Johan's hand made knife, the artisan is Amos Nunos, he is also the president of the knife makers guild in Spain. Our saved up $5's could also buy ...
Val (Mrs BE) did not have a good start to day two of our adventure. Firstly she dropped a glass thinking it was a plastic glass where it was, in fact, a glass glass. Luckily, it was still in it's plastic holder which made her think it was a plastic glass. However, when it collided with the marble basin in the bathroom it soon became clear that it wasn't. The plastic did, however, prevent any serious damage - to Val, not the glass which ...
... many beautiful buildings . The original viaduct and aqua duct that fed water to the town, is amazingly, still intact. Muslim and Jewish communities with their Mudejar towers built by Moorish craftsmen over 3 centuries from 1171 still stand in the centre of town as does the majestic church. The viaduct and aqua duct came much later (16th century)….
A 2 hour drive back down to the coast , passing under a field of wind farms on the final stand of mountain ...