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... the trees.Thank goodness for all that Kawasaki "Tupperware" in front of me. Fifteen minutes later and it's all sunshine again.
1845. Check in. Shower. Now look over the room. Impressed. Looks like good value.
2000. Walk down to the Duoro River. Not as grand as I'd expected, but maybe there's a water shortage. Certainly ...
me where I was from, and invited me onto the roof of the house he was working
on for an even better spot to photograph the church. He was quite attractive
too, so I couldn’t refuse his invitation.
The big castle at the top of the town dates from the 1200s,
but it was significantly damaged during the Civil War in the 1930s. Like many
castles is Spain it now serves as a parador, essentially a luxury historic
hotel. I suppose one of the days I ...
... generally proceeding in a northwest to
southeast direction over several centuries in Spain.
The goal for the trip is to see lots of castles, medieval
towns and villages, the UNESCO World Heritage city of Cuenca and its “hanging
houses”, old monasteries, and the famous windmills of Consuegra that Don
Quixote chased. After all, Don Quixote was the “Man From LaMancha” so much of
Cervantes tale is set in the LaMancha region. I expect ...
... Planet guide I turned to what our generation knows best, Google. Within a flash of 0.02 seconds a blog written by some Pommy guy, Tom, was in front of me. In his 1974 Triumph Spitfire he and his mates drove from England down through France and did most of the little roads through the Parc National des Pyrenees, they're favourite by far: a day trip along the D918. Starting in Bagnerees-de-Bigorre the alpine climb heads up into La Mongie to Col du Tourmalet, ...
Having left Sayalonga during the most stunning sunrise of our trip we then had a beautiful drive north through central Spain via Granada and Jaen. The province of Jaen produces the majority of Spanish olives and there are spectacular groves as far as the eye can see. We stopped for fuel just after Madrid and discovered a slight problem ,a 'pinchazo'
. Deep joy. Come on, you don't know what a flat tyre is in ...