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... The service was too slow for the others as they bolted the table. John and I stayed for two beers and two complimentary appetizers [2E]. It was certainly hot by this time on the back of the neck.
By 1730 was back in the room. Had a shower and a bit of repacking before dealing with emails, downloading pix and the blog draft. Probably going to be a lighter dinner tonight.
Down to reception for the rendezvous. John's laundry had ...
... than enough detail but the visuals were quite stunning, even in the muted light.
The chapel was of monumental scale, clearly befitting a very senior member of the government. Nothing was done on the cheap.
Wasting time at the end, Roddy, I spied the WHS symbol! I checked later and it is called the Renaissance monumental ensembles of Ibida and Baeza for its influence on Spanish architecture in Renaissance times.
Pointed out to Elaine she had aged St Teresa ...
Okay, I’ll admit that by my fifth day in the countryside and
small cities of Castille-La Mancha I’m starting to feel pretty castled out.
Castles are great and I love them, but even a castle enthusiast like myself can
only take so many of them in one week before they start to look kind of samey.
There are quite a few castles in the small villages and towns between Consuegra
and Toledo that I listed as possibilities to visit, but at this point ...
... Mayor, and the
Palace of the Order of Saint John. There are, however, no hotels in town. The
night before visiting the windmills and castle I decided to continue on from
Almagro to Consuegra possibly stopping along the way if I found an inexpensive
looking hostal or hotel. I saw many of them along the A4 Expressway near
Valdepenas and in Calzada de Calatrava so thought there would be many in other
towns. I saw none and could not ...
... the Arabs during the Reconquest. The
castle served as a convent (monastery) from its foundation in the 1200s to
around 1800 when it was abandoned. Calatrava Nueva is another one of Spain’s
nearly ideal castle ruins, one with great views of the hilly countryside all
My last stop for the day was in Almagro, one of the area’s
prettier towns that’s known as the theater center of Spain and home to its