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We were so tired this morning after our long day in Cordoba, that we decided not to move on, but to have a quiet day - and as it is Monday - its washing day! So lovely to get it all hand washed and completely dry in the sun.
Tomorrow will be a longish day as we have to retrace our steps, due to the special detour to see Cordoba. but it was definitely worth it!! ...
As most official buildings in Spain are closed on Mondays, today would be our best opportunity to visit the city of Cordoba. However on Sundays there is only one bus each way - in at 9.30am and back at 8pm! - a ...
We checked out of our hotel and got on our bus for the hour drive to Toledo. Toledo is another hill town with a river on three sides. We were fortunate that they had recently built a series of escalators to get into the town from where the bus let us off. Again we had a local guide give us a walking tour of the city. We went into the Cathedral, which is one of the largest and grandest in Spain. There are thousands of tourists here making getting to ...
Another hot clear day. We set off from Caceres for the shortish journey to Zafra. We intended to travel there via Merida.
Merida is a World Heritage site with more Roman remains than anywhere else in Spain. To the Romans it was Lusitania.
According to the new 'All the Aires Spain and Portugal' there is a car park there with a MH service point and parking for motorhomes at 85c per ...
... a bag and camera in the other hand!
Later on we strolled back to the modern part of town. It was now very busy with Spanish families in their best clothes strolling along. There was a small fair and a food market and ...
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