Hotel Balneario Cervantes
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... the museum, there is a large clap of thunder. By the time we grab our brollies from the backpack it is raining heavily. The rain from the roofs pour into the street and soon the streets are rushing rivers. The tropical downpour stopped as fast as it came so we struggle back to Centro. Footsore after 6 hrs walking on the cobbles we decided we would walk back down the hill to the station just as the heavens opened up even more vigorously than before. The streets are ...
... a set of historic windmills
set on a hilltop outside of a town named Campo de Criptana. I guess the region
is a quite windy place since some hills still have sets of the old windmills
that Don Quijote chased in Cervantes novel. Far more numerous, though, are the
gigantic modern windmills that now generate a significant proportion of Spain’s
electric power. Those are joined by a fair number of fields of solar panels in
A super camping spot amongst the trees, high up in the hills with bright sunlight, a cool breeze and amazing trees for shade and shelter. There is an excellent website for Despenaperros Natural Park, Andalucia with excellent information on the park that describes the area in which we are camping. Another and longer visit is planned! Surrounded by a superb group, a large group, of azure winged magpies, feeding on grasshoppers at the ...
After two days in reasonably size cities such as Cordoba and Granada, it was time for a change up for in our Iberian travels. As we will be spending two days in Toledo at the beginning of next week, Dad decided months ago that the town we'd be visiting today would be Almagro, which is a small and completely non tourist town approximately half way between Cordoba and Toledo. The town however does have one claim to fame, the theatre built in ...
Had to pop in here for a look - was open from 5pm on Sunday's after their long lunch. Had drink and Tapas in the unusual square while we waited for opening time
Theatre best described as a rectangular Globe - about the size of the watermill in Newbury. Open air - with the obligatory shades over the roof space.