Hospederia El Fielato
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Bilbao centre is a mish-mash of roadworks and contraflow. Maybe they don't want us to leave. My TomTom was nearly in tears. Saw several cars/vans from the ferry more than once before I decided to just head east for a couple of miles and let it recalculate.
1700. Hells teeth, who ordered a tropical rainstorm? Several bikes parked ...
... expensive, especially when you consider
the efficiency it provides you for travel if you are planning to spend time in
So I decided to rent a car online through the AutoEurope
website to be picked up and dropped off at Madrid’s main Atocha Train Station.
My plan is for a five day trip in a counterclockwise semi-circle from Madrid through
Guadalajara, Cuenca, Ciudad Real, and Toledo provinces in the Castilla-LaMancha
... a section of the floor, and a deep silence prevails for some minutes. Then it is time for coffee, and the drive back to Caluerega. One of the brothers opens the shop for us and the tower. The views from the tower are spectacular. No wonder the earliest inhabitants built here. Any would-be invader would be spotted immediately! In the late afternoon, we sample the wine in the local tavern and chat. Dinner is, as usual at 9pm, quite late by my ...
... Jesus related some of the legends surrounding Blessed Jane as well as information that is known about the family. We are invited to drink from the well that has been uncovered here and make a petition. I participate and remember a similar occasion in Israel at, was it Jacob's well? The evening is completed with drinks and nibbles with the whole group, 22 of us in total, and a fish dinner. Another action packed ...
... loudly and non stop to each other whilst we conduct a short prayer service in the church. The view from the village out over the surrounding plains is expansive and quite stunning. In the late afternoon, we hop back on board the bus and head for the tiny village of Caluerega. Here we are staying in the Dominican convent. Dinner will be served at 9pm, so we have time for drinks at the local bar and a walk around the ...