Casas Rurales El Arranca
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While up once in the night, awoke with Keith's alarm c 0645. Ablutions and computer time filled the bill until 0730 brekkie.The coffee was brewed but rather weak. Tried a chorizo pate spread [whatever its name] along with some cheeses, meats and juices. Didn't want to eat a good deal as heading off on a walk.
Our very large sandwiches [3.5E] came and we prepped to set off. Everyone is coming along to my surprise. The steepest bits of the ...
... Mayor, and the
Palace of the Order of Saint John. There are, however, no hotels in town. The
night before visiting the windmills and castle I decided to continue on from
Almagro to Consuegra possibly stopping along the way if I found an inexpensive
looking hostal or hotel. I saw many of them along the A4 Expressway near
Valdepenas and in Calzada de Calatrava so thought there would be many in other
towns. I saw none and could not ...
few interesting things elsewhere in the province.
I’ve read a few articles in recent years in the Economist
and other sources on reckless spending by regional governments in Spain during
the boom years up to 2008, major make work schemes that produced large white
elephant building projects under the mistaken notion of “build it and they will
come” – airports, concert halls, conference centers, etc. The ...
... it’s somewhat more luxurious than other castles with purely defensive purposes
because it was built somewhat later in the mid-1400s and was remodeled several
times and lived in by the Marques of Villena. In any event, except for the
construction crane towering above it (which I tried to avoid in as many photos
as possible) Belmonte is a perfect example of what a renaissance castle is
supposed to look like.
... Spanish songs which, luckily, are still heard on the radio and in bars and clubs, not yet swamped by North American-influenced "popular" culture. The flash of Flamenco and the sultry sensuousness of the Sevillanas. The sparkling eyes and flashing smiles of raven-haired women. The dark good looks of the men. I hear the sounds and see the sights of Arabia and the desert woven through the cultural fabric of the nation. Spain wouldn't be Spain without its Islamic ...