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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... The good weather certainly helped, but there were people everywhere.
The next day we were also blessed with a warm day and we discovered that the place had a roman history with a number of ruins found and excavated. We explored an old amphitheatre, Roman baths and a riverside building. The afternoon crowds were also out in all there finery as people enjoyed the weather and drinks ...
... interesting, although it is capital of the
province of the same name.
Cuenca was conquered from the Arabs by Castile in 1077 under
King Alfonso VIII, sort of the local hero. There’s not too much in the way of
major sights in Cuenca. The city’s appeal is more to walk around to the overlooks,
trails down the canyon sides, and on a bridge across on of the canyons to a
historic parador on the other side. You can also ...
... lot like parts of Utah’s canyon country. Unfortunately, between rain and the lack of turnoffs or significant shoulders I wasn’t able to get many pictures.
I have to say, though, that I really love driving in this part of the world; there are almost no cars on the road in this part of Spain. It seems hard to believe that it’s Europe. It feels more like driving in Montana or elsewhere in the sparsely populated western ...
We left Logrono this morning at 6.20. It was still dark, but the street lights were sufficient to keep us on track until dawn. The first 3.2 miles were mostly flat and on a paved path. For the next 4 miles or so, the going was pretty easy because any steep areas we encountered were on a paved surface. Adding to the easy walk was the overcast sky, dry air and the cool breeze. Linda stopped at the base of the steep hill leading into Navarrete to adjust a toe bandage that had just ...
... depending on their status. Then going into the church part, you see the damage that was done during the different shifts if power. The church literally has no roof. It's quite pretty in the bright sunlight.
After having a picnic lunch, my Spanish friend Demelsa, her boyfriend and I went through the rest of the park. It is a park full of waterfalls, ponds, and green space. You feel like you are walking into a story ...