Salinas de Imon Hotel & Spa
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... worth of photos. No fear, tomorrow we're going back to go the beach so I can retake some of them.
Today, Wednesday, we drove to Laguardia and went to a really old city with all of these cool restaurants and bars inside. The views were spectacular. On the way back we stopped in Logroņo and walked around the town. ...
... Presidential elections. Since Jim is normally reluctant to share his personal opinions about the direction of our country, the conversation only lasted about 2 hours of the 2.5 hour flight. Even with the delay out of AMS, we still made it to Madrid almost on schedule and all our bags made it with us too! Whew! Another 30 minutes later we had our rental car packed, set the GPS for Santiago and hit the ...
... and stay in style for a night
in a parador, or at least have a dinner in one of their fancy dining rooms.
From Siguenza it was a rather short drive through bucolic
landscape to Medinaceli, a hilltop village that regularly makes the lists of
most beautiful villages on Spain. Medinaceli is technically over the line in
Soria Province, one of Spain’s most sparsely populated, in the Castilla y Leon
region. There’s a new town in the valley along ...
... br> Meseta have led to major depopulation as young people have migrated to Madrid
and other cities for several generation leaving declining villages populated
mostly by elderly people.
The first village I stopped in was Hita, a walled town on a
hill with a few old Romanesque churches and a nice town square. It was still raining
steadily and cold enough I wondered if it might turn to snow. Needless to say,
I didn’t linger for long.
... 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, ...