Hotel Conde Rodrigo II
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... strong smelling but when you open it, you are met with the most divine silky, runny centre - the tones are like fondue or gruyere with a slight sharpness. Along with some Morcon Belotta - from the pigs neck - which had a paprika coating, and was sliced thin by the shop, before cryovac wrapping into 2 parcels - we ...
... directly above me all day and practically no shade ! After about 40 miles I stopped at a service station for a coke and some sweets ( sugar hit) and got talking to two Irish chaps who where on their way back from delivering bikes to Portugal. They asked where I was going and if I'd ever done anything like this before ., then they confirmed what is been thinking for a couple of weeks , I must be mad ! I arrived in Ciudad Rodrigo about 4 and booked into ...
... twenty feet long, and at least one gate has a smaller tunnel alongside for foot traffic. Later in the afternoon we came back for a good look around the town itself, which is full of houses with what is called here, ‘Plateresque Architecture’, named after the sort of raised patterns a silversmith makes, and what we would call Renaissance. There are many splendid houses, the warm stonework and carved decorations, especially coats of arms, were very striking in ...
... parked carefully, so that is what we did. Not having any car wash, we used our Tesco’s Bio clothes washing liquid and a soft hearth brush. The sun was almost hot enough to evaporate water before it reached the car, but working together, we produced an excellent result, Gill had the good idea of using the caravan steps to help reach, as she wiped the car over with a j-cloth. After so long looking like the most unwashed in all the car parks, the car now looked sparkling. When ...
... had to walk about 1 mile to reach La Alberca. There were some private villas and cottages on our way and lots of pets, for example, horses and cows and so on. Alberca is quite an old town because the first house was built about 400 years ago. There is a small market in the town centre where you can buy different spices and delicious fruits. There is also a huge cathedral, - I'm sure, it's the biggest building in Alberca. It's ...