AC Hotel Zamora by Marriott
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... with the food except for the grilling of fish and meats over hot coals. Unfortunately I didn't have this as I was not feeling well that night. Stayed at the Parador hotel in Zamora, right in the heart of the historic section. Had a refreshing dip in the pool, followed by G and T's then dinner at a beautiful Tapas bar in the town square. Temperature still about 30 degrees at ...
... Parked and walked into the walled city of Leon. Authentic in every way. A huge cathedral and very solid walls. A central fruit and veg market in the colonnaded square. But rain so we decided not to spend the night but moved on to Zamora. My last visit to Zamora clear in my mind. It was a strongly walled town with a steep stoney entrance through grand gates. No vehicle access. There were beggars everywhere and men in Islamic style Long robes. It was dirty and there was ...
Zamora - could be the title of a Dean Martin song. The town brought out my inner crooner - comfy and cleverly modernised NH hotel, honey coloured ancient buildings, a once a year ceramic market, storks nesting on bell towers, breakfast of organic fruits, local sheep cheese, fresh roasted coffee, mild sunny day. (Wifi is a constant challenge so this blog will need to be polished with pics later. ...
... was a shorter day for us as we planned to get out of step with the Brierley book as many people use this book to plan their next stopovers.
O'Cebreiro is a beautiful little stone village where we enjoyed a breakfast in a warm cafe. Unfortunately, there were gypsies on the outskirts but we have seen too many to be taken in now.
The guys decided to sack me as the motivator as I said the stage was relatively ...
After driving 5 hours across central Spain we have made it to Zamora. This is a walled city near the border of Portugal and was extremely nice. The area around the cathedral and castle have been made into a lovely park, and the views from atop the old city wall provided great viewing of the river and bridges below.
We arrived on Sunday night, and when we exited the hotel around seven we found the streets flowing with ...