Casa Rural El Viejo Palomar
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... can cater for a much greater flow. Can a river have the equivalent of prostate problems?
2130. Hotel bar for couple of beers and tapas. A cracking calamares a la plancha with a third beer to wash it down, all for €7.60.
Off to a bed that I hope won't try to pitch me out every time the wind veers or backs.
We are now on route to California, by way of Amsterdam. We've been up since 1:30 am. We woke with the alarm and ready very quickly since our bags were packed, and clothes laid out. We said goodbye to the son of our hotel keepers, and he charmingly invited us to return next year. We were surprised when we got down to the darkened street because it was lively with people mostly returning from their night out. ...
... lots of young children running around playing.
Nowadays it’s almost deserted, many of the buildings weekend retreats for
people who live in Madrid and other cities
Siguenza’s main church (not technically a cathedral) dates
from the 1100s and is far more austere than most in Spain. Right as I was about
to take a photograph of the cathedral a construction worker parked his truck in
front and ruined my photo op. He realized what he did, apologized ...
... Planet and my friend Jesus describe Guadalajara as a mostly modern city
with a few notable historic sites but not all that interesting overall. I might
have sought them out under different circumstances but couldn’t be bothered in
the cold driving rain.
Although a gray and rainy day, the countryside beyond
Guadalajara was still very appealing, a hilly mixture of open woodland, olive
groves, and very green fields of grain surrounded by red soil. And ...
... mere caps in the rear vision mirror. We stopped in for the night Medinaceli, a highway town with rolly pollies rolling down the dusty single street town and old guys sitting put the front of shops watching the world go by. Tomorrow we would return the White Knight to Madrid and continue the next leg of our journey to Barcelona, the French Riveria and Italy by bus and train. What a splendid road trip it had been and what better way to finish it with the D918, the road to ...