Aguas De Serrejon
Travel Blogs from Serrejon
... had a guard dog in with them!
After our big shop we put everything in the fridge etc, had a cup of tea, taped our shopping receipt to the window and walked the mile or so in the direction of Plasencia old town.
We found the Plaza Mayor which was arcaded on one side and had 10 small lanes or ...
... Bunting, a Crag Martin and a Red Rumped Swallow.
I'm afraid my camera isn't really good enough for such specialist photography but I did my best!
I should have borrowed Jack's DSLR!
We then moved on to the car park at the bottom of the hill with the Monfrague hermitage and castle, a ...
... were told that York is better!! ( I think they were Yorkshire folk!)
We got onto the wonderful A5 Autovia heading west into open country - we could see for miles.
What we hadn't expected was that the Sierra de Grados mountains would run parallel to us for nearly all our journey. ...
... this action as I was in the Spa. I am little embarrassed to mention this being the navigator but I actually have no idea where we are. As I mentioned earlier we followed the little diagrams in the route instructions and I would estimate that we are further north of Madrid then when we started and closer to Portugal. Hopefully the automatic location put on this blog will come in useful when I look back at the event. There is always the fall back of ...
... of the bride was adorned with a crowned mantilla that drew the attention away from the bride--at least our attention. We then moved to the large town square, the Plaza Mayor, where we sat and watched the guests walking through in all their wedding finery. The women were adorned with flowered hats and in stiletto heels, the latter making it next to impossible to traverse the cobblestones--but their husbands or ...
- Swimming pool