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... Arrived at our hotel - an old monastery. It was massive. Big disappointment was the extra charge for using the spa. This was the sole reason we booked it. Charge €30 each for 1 hour!!!!! Robbery. It didn't say this when we booked. I feel a complaint coming on. Restaurant expensive too. We drove down to the town for dinner. Only 5 mins away. Off to Sos del Rey Catolico. SPAIN. Not a clue about this area but the old mediaeval town looks nice. Good old ...
... Barcelona we bussed our way to Zaragoza, the capital of Aragon. I think when we booked this last month that it was going to be used as more of a stopover to our next destination than anything else (or maybe not, I no longer remember). Therefore, having absolutely zero expectations we were massively surprised.
The town had a lot of old and new architecture which was seamlessly combined to make a very beautiful city. Zaragoza held the World Expo in 2008 so this ...
... went for his last swim at 10pm to try cool down for sleeping. We'd seen guys fly fishing earlier and after they'd gone we went for a swim and there in the shade of a tree that was growing in the water a dozen trout were lazily floating on the surface mocking the fishermen who had just left. The scenery around us it truly beautiful. We will stay here the night and move towards Barcelona ...
... rooved stone houses looking impossibly fresh and neat. We gradually rose up to the crest of the Pyrenees through a pass at 1500 metres. The views were vast, though shrouded by mist. At the top we were entertained by a mob of horses with bells. The tinkling of theirs and those of nearby cattle gave an almost eerie feel to the solitude on top of the world.
As we headed south down the mountains into ...
... the stones exsist but it was amazing to think they had been their for 1000's of years.
Caceres:so on into Spain and a to this town with an intact renaissnance walled city consisting of palaces, churches, monastries, government buildings, and homes for important people.High up on a hill spread out over quite a small area but pretty dramatic as (almost) no cars are alllowed, everything is tall, bold, royal and quite imposing so as to keep the ...