Casa Rural Valdicimbrio
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... and density of 4.5 per square kilometer (about 13 per
square mile). That’s similar to farm counties in states like Iowa. I was
fortunate to have a brief respite from the rain to wander around the town in
the morning. There are not many significant sights, just a really nice old
city. I suppose a long time ago in the Middles Ages and maybe well into the 19th
and 20th centuries, a place like Siguenza would have been crowded
and bustling ...
... was a medieval hill town named Atienza
set just below a hilltop castle and surrounded by several Romanesque pilgrimage
churches. Atienza is understandably described as one of Spain’s most beautiful
villages, and it is a real medieval wonderland. It seems like it could be a
village of several thousand people based on the number of houses, but I barely
saw anyone in town and I’m sure I was the only tourist type around on a cold
Monday in March. I ...
... passed along the way. Though quite warm, we could see some rain and lightening/thunderstorms just behind us, so we didn't stick around too long. Things were feeling a little ominous, however.
We got the maps app working on Olga's phone, and started back towards the Castilnovo Castle Hotel. We found it, and made our way up the long driveway and to the parking lot around the back. There was a group of ...
If you are curious, like us, you might order the roast lamb cabeza. It's simply as it sounds- the skull cut in half exposing the brain. Some cheeks and skin you can pick off. The tongue, the lips. Not much more and really, not that great. But back to the lamb.
The lamb is suckling lamb, usually around 3 weeks of age. It is roasted in quarters in a large, wood fire oven in a cazuela. The skin gets beautifully crispy, the meat moist ...
Today we visited the small town of Buitrago del Lozoya. What a wonderful little village. We parked beside the main square, Plaza Picasso.
Our first stop, of course, was for coffee and a rest room. At random we entered the Meson Serrano. We each had a coffee served in a glass. The interior was rustic. The bar was a thick, highly polished single piece of wood. The bar and the paneling reminded me of knotty ...