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Arrived in Aranjuez at the campsite (Camping International Aranjuez - €19). Had a look around the town and went for meal at the Green Frog Café. The place was once quite beautiful, but lack of restoration funds meant it had seen better days. The food was nice and a couple of guesses with ...
... no actual buildings and sights that we particularly wanted to see. We decided that the best way to see the art galleries would be on a city break, possibly in the winter, when we could stay nearby and stay as long as we wanted. Another item for the bucket list for when we're older?
We had stopped at Aranjuez on the way to the ...
... br> The N420 is a very good wide road that sweeps up and down through fertile countryside and across open plains of La Mancha. however between Teruel and Cuenca we saw about a dozen cars coming the other way. The road behind and in front of us was empty.
Cuenca is famous for its houses 'hanging' over the gorge and is a World ...
... to do bank payments suddenly got cancelled. Headed out at midday to
the flea markets, which were absolutely huge. Got a kebab for
breakfast/lunch. Can't remember what we did after that! At night we
went out to the Atletico Madrid game. Pretty good atmosphere, not
entirely sold out. Atletico won 5-0 so that was cool.
Day trip to Toledo
Woke up earlier than usual, checked out
of the hotel and walked down ...
... highly recommended by a number of people and before 9am we were on the road driving across the dry, arid landscape. Parking in the city is tricky, but one suggestion was to seek out the underground car parks which have escalators nearby cut into the rock face to transport people up and down the steep hill on which the city is constructed, so that's what we did, and at the top of the flight of escalators we found the tourist ...