Hospederia Hurdes Reales
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- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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after watching footy live in the morning on the lappy, we headed off pretty late. Both feeling buggered after bad sleeps, we decide on a short day to Beja. Another pretty drive through mountain country with spots of snow clinging to the peaks; we meander through tiny villages that look to resisting any pressure to develop yet find one with a bar having the best pintxos yet. The mountains with granite topped peaks are clad in groves of chestnut and ...
... 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 ...
... the roman times and a stone round yard through this rural area as we wind our way along the river and between stone walls before eventually turning and heading back uphill.
The turn places us back from smooth road, to the typical rough sections of the roman road that the cars don't travel on. As we look back we can see snow on the tall mountain which doesn't look that much higher than us, but shows how high we've come since yesterday when we seemed to be so ...
... if you can (many places don't allow, its first in best dressed). Sounds like Marcus and Heinrich have shared a few double beds. They get in late because they do big distances so sometimes thems the breaks! We all had a good laugh at their experiences!
This village tonight is outstanding. We have no idea what makes it popular but there must be something around as there are buckets of hotels and Casa Rurals (like B & B) we like the ...
... We stood at the fence and of course took pics.
Walked into Carcoboso for coffee and found a bunch of the French leaving. Headed out about 20 mins later and left them in our dust and they are on day packs, not the whole thing like us. The Aussie Bullet and the Rhodesian Ridgeback are out!
Following Hitos in the concrete through town was difficult, but we were soon on a sand road, soft on the feet because of the rain, mummy and bubby cows in the paddocks, and a ...