AH Agora Caceres
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Every other flavor of gelato we had was delicious. Amazing night time square in this beautiful old town. Get lost wandering for a day and make sure you stop by the tourist office to pick up their exceptional free regional map.
Monday 29th October,
After a short journey from Salamanca we arrived at Camping Caceres, in Caceres. On this site each pitch has its own washroom with a loo and shower and, like nearly all Spanish sites we have visited, free wifi.
Tuesday it was raining so the day was spent chilling out. Wednesday was sunny so we made the most of it and had a washing and cleaning day. The evening was quite entertaining as we are next to the football stadium and there ...
Leaving Merida we passed another Roman Aquaduct and then climbed a hill and back down another. At the bottom was our last Roman ruin in this little area and this was something that none of us had seen before. It was a Roman Dam which the aqueducts met up with. It was very complete, so we stood around shooting, watching the sun come up and trying to warm up !!!
We entered ...
Arrived Caceres 5p.m. and decided to stop here and not travel on to Salamanca. We are exhausted having got up at 6a.m. to leave at 7a.m and then finding the camper battery had gone flat . We had to wait for the repair man to get us going again and so were three hours late leaving Lagos.
Thanks to Chris for trying to get us going again and Olwen for the hot coffee. We need sleep!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Moving on to ...
We left Madrid on a sunny morning for an easy drive westwards to Caceres, a town we and, I suspect, most British had never heard of before now. We had seen mentions of it in other caravanner’s blogs, and geographically it fitted the bill as a halfway house between Madrid and the southwest coast. Reading our bible, the Michelin Green Guide, we saw that it had been
awarded three stars, i.e. worth ...