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... it's a tall narrow connected townhouse. We have four floors, starting with a garage/laundry/etc. below, main level with kitchen, small room (office), small bath, dining area, living area with fireplace, then up to a master with bathroom, and a room that the boys are sharing. Go up farther and you get to our slanted loft -- with TV, sofa and a small deck. With the heat, we aren't using that top level much -- but the boys are eyeing it for a future hideout.
Teruel was a pleasant one hour drive. It is noted for its harsh climate and renowned jamon Serrano. The parking fairy was once again good to them with a park right outside the old historic centre.
It was a lovely day with a top temperature being 28 degrees.
They wandered into the town square and visited El Torico and soaked up the atmosphere as the locals populated the many cafés in the square enjoying ...
... this point we had only seen the one person.
We climbed up to the main square and then on up steps until we came to the path to the walls which zigzags across the hillside and was very 'scree-y' - my particular hate. We thought ...
... very helpful and gave us lots of advice on what to see in perfect English. We climbed up to the old town and had a good wander around the narrow streets and alleys.
The whole place is built of orange,red and yellow stone and even any modern render is painted to match, so the whole place glows. We climbed up ...
We left Arnes heading for Albarrasin, via Morella on mountain roads. This was a bit of a step into the unknown as we weren't sure about the width or quality of the roads for a 7metre + motorhome. The route went over several Puertos - the highest at 1800 m
The first bit of the journey ...