Rio Convento de la Luz
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... range with snow. Caught the bus into town. Aaah unbelievable! A mix of Roman, Moorish, Medieval narrow stone streets and buildings. With the occasional 5 star hotel through a tiny stone door, no/few cars, even fewer tourists. That is the best part of it. And it is not even really cold so I don't understand that it is so quiet. Might have something to ...
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Heading today for the roman bridge at Alcantra, stopping by the way to admire the landscape. A great looking ruin encouraged us down a narrow track which lead no-where, but a second attempt bought us to it - the ruined Convento S. Antonio de Padua, where we spent a long time exploring and enjoying the atmosphere and the surroundings. We had still not reached the bridge by lunchtime, so sat in ...
... a bag and camera in the other hand!
Later on we strolled back to the modern part of town. It was now very busy with Spanish families in their best clothes strolling along. There was a small fair and a food market and ...
... tried to take photo's but they were just too far away, and if I 'caught' one it would dive out of sight!
Our intention was to stop for lunch at Trujillo, where Pizarro and Cortes came from. They built mansions with the money they brought back from the Americas.
We circled the town and ended up driving right through the middle, but it was market day and ...