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Travel Blogs from Cuenca
... 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 ...
... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">The meal was accompanied by beautiful bread rolls with oil, sparkling mineral water and Battery Boy had 2 glasses of red wine and Video Girl indulging in one glass of White, followed by tea and coffee with petit fours. The cost of the bread, water, tea, coffee and petit fours altogether for the two of them came to about 25 eu on top of the cost of the meal. This was very interesting because they had ...
... the region became a agricultural and textile manufacturing centre. It stayed Muslim until the 12th century when the Christians slowly conquered the region. As you approach town you drive through the new part first before climbing up the hill to the old part of town. There is virtually only one road leading through the old town and it's that narrow that they have traffic lights installed so you can cross oncoming traffic.The Town Hall is a baroque ...
... your waist?”
We all search the inside of the car. No sign of it.
“We looked through the whole house before we locked up. It can’t have been left there”.
“If it’s not here, it’ got to be there so we must go back. It’s only 30 minutes.
“How do we get in?”
“*****! The key is in the mail box, which is locked”.
We are in Logroņo so we must ...
i truly believe i have the best luck when it comes to travel. i seem to pick great cities and towns to explore...stay at amazing hostels and hotels...and meet incredibly nice people. cuenca is no exception. i fell in love with this town the minute the cab picked me up from the train station. if ever i should win the lottery...i will buy a house in cuenca (una casa colgada).