Castillo De La Zuda
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It was a really scenic drive - I had no idea that Spain had so many mountains. At points we were driving through the clouds!
We were happy to see signs for Canada along the way :-)
Our new digs for the week is a house on the Mediterranean Sea complete with a pool...Jack is in heaven! We drove on a one lane road for ...
... after 5km and fording a small river we could see the Via Verde - the old railway track on a viaduct high above us
. Once we got up there past the old station we found a lovely smooth tarmac path!!
The only problem was it went for miles in the wrong direction.
By now the sky ...
... indoor swimming pool.
Everything is centralised and it is a very long walk to the Laundry, shop (for bread) etc.
it is not really 'our' sort of site
We left Vilanova and headed down the free road to Tarragona, then via the free Autovia to Reus, and then on to the scenic ...
... as bad as Monday’s experience. The scenery was amazing with some bits going through steep gorges similar to the one we had walked through yesterday.
On the way back we came off the track at the town of Horte San Joan and made our way up through the steep streets to admire the church and town hall and the view.
It was clear blue skies when we set off this morning with a cool breeze. By this evening it was very hot. The difference from last night is ...
... fact that I was coming back from the beach carrying a lot of salt water and sand. Now this did not particularly bother me and I had tried to help by consistently going under the campervan into the shade and getting myself covered in the newly applied Waxoyl , in an effort to waterproof myself, ( which was totally unappreciated ) but this seemed to cause the other two a bit of concern, so ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsCastillo De La Zuda Tortosa
I can't believe I got to stay in a castle. This parador chain managed to maintain the castle's charm while keeping it just modern enough for the 21st century guest. While the view from the castle isn't much, who cares! It's a castle.
Great rooms (decor), great breakfast included.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.