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It is warm in Castille and sun is shining. The weather is very nice and it's perfect season to travel. There are no many tourists and we can learn a lot about Spanish country. We gonna visit Salamanca tomorrow and I'm waiting for this trip to show my favorite places to Johan and Eliza but we went to Alberca again today. We learnt everything about …
57 miles It's been a good day with 57 miles covered in only 4.5 hours . I checked out of the hotel at 11 and set of on the main road that runs parallel to the motorway . Within 5 mins of setting of I heard a my phone receive a text , so I said to myself I would wait till I came to a shaded spot before stopping and reading it . 23 miles later I went under a bridge ! It was Karis wishing me a safe journey . It's been up to 44 degrees today with the ...
... I didn't go to a look at them for a while as i suspected we had done pretty well but was afraid of the get up time. Eventually our third team member the James's wandered past to inform us our team was going well as them and us were joint first with zero marks, Roger and Steve only had 12 which could easily be made up in the coming days. I went to double check to make sure that I really did have to get up even earlier than this morning and found it was true ...
So, I decided to spend 7 days in Spain. Actually, I visited Madrid and Salamanca about 9 months ago but, I didn't really like Madrid. It's too polluted for me, that's why I booked a hotel near Salamanca, in La Alberca. La Alberca is very small town and its population is about 1500 people. The atmosphere in Alberca is very nice but it's too small to stay here for the whole week so I will visit Salamanca and other towns in Castille-Leon. Feel free to contact ...
... from our mistakes and set off early(ish) hopeful that we could make it to Hervás before the heat of the day really kicked in. We were expecting highs of 35 degrees. As we rolled through Salamanca for the last time we got fantastic views of the cathedral across the river. It soon became clear that we were headed back into the mountains. We are following the 'Ruta de Plata' which is the Spanish equivalent to the A1 and as we headed south ...