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My misconceived idea that if we went up through the mountains along the Pyrenees that it would be cooler. Today is the hottest day we have encountered so far. I don't know how hot as I have no wifi or reception but I'm guessing 35 to 40 degrees. We left Pamplona and it was cool and pleasant but instead of taking Kerry through to Zaragoza I instead chose to go up through the mountains to ...
... Sounds terrible but was quite OK.
Rolling out to the sprawling plains of yellow dry wheat, we made our way into the modern city of Huesca - the "capital" of this part of Aragon. Our 3 star hotel is a more modern and spacious than we have been used to and at $68E including breakfast, quickly demonstrates how much cheaper it is than France. It maybe lacks the charm of the quainter old places, but it's all ...
... they appeared to have no respect for 'my personal space'. Sadly as I drove away from the village one of the swifts misjudged the speed of my motorhome and I regret to say it is no more.
The drive from Mendigorria to my next stop at Castillo de Loarre was probably the most beautiful of my trip. When I drove into Spain in February I found my self sitting bolt upright at the steering wheel, but that because of fear of the terrible weather. On this drive I was also ...
... here are spectacular, mountains, rivers, snow, grazing, lots of villages built on tops of hills, poppies growing everywhere, the wheat crops nearly ready for harvest, heather on the hills, hawks everywhere in the skies looking for their next feed and the list goes on. We notice alongside the long length of the reservoir a bunch or ruins on a hill. So off to investigate.
It is abandoned but we noticed power to it and there is a farm behind it and as ...
... believed El Greco lived in the house but it turned out he didn't. Its still wonderful to visit as you can get real close to his work, see the brush marks and recognise he was way ahead of his time. His series of portraits of the 12 apostles are brilliant, all vivid strokes and bright colours- often the red primer he used comes through and hands are vanishing acts as he pushes the paint around to evoke the feeling of a book being held rather than suggest ...