Complejo Rural Los Acebos
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... village of Frias on route to our hotel which has a castle at the centre. It is located on a rocky outcrop that rises above the surrounding valley and looked particularly impressive due to the atmospheric clouds and surrounding mountains. Following a drink in Frias (another Zumo de piña for Joey) we went onwards to our home for the evening. When we arrived we realised again the difficulties of our ...
... access by means of what Pat informs me is a silent policeman. Anyway, like a garage door, press a button the pole goes down and after a set time it goes up. There was an interested area of damage to the front of the pole and at the rear of the pole a more profuse oil leak and constant leak continuing up further into the village. A case of missed timing we think!
It did have some lovely buildings and restoration work was in progress. The shapes ...
... bridge. The old historic town is a maze of twisting alleyways and streets that lead to small squares and churches, but modern town beside it is also the largest in eastern Guadalajara province.
Molina could also refer to a windmill, something of which there are now a huge number in Spain and particularly in this high dry windswept area of the country. My altimeter watch indicated an elevation of around 3,700 feet, very high for a ...
The car park was below the hotel which was pasted to the side of the hill. Our room overlooked the valley so we were able to see that the bikes were all ok. The trip organisers had hired a couple of locals to keep watch all night so no problems encountered with bikes being messed with. Spent some time in the evening walking around the old part of town and visiting the castle at the top of the hill.
... photograph, and saw one man working on his 'allotment 'on a flat bit of ground across the river on a very improvised looking bridge.
We passed a mill and entered the old town by the Water Gate.