Hostal GC Ciudad Encantada
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... I was thoroughly tired from a fun but exhausting weekend.
Now it is Monday morning and I am off to start classes for another week, to be followed up by next weekend traveling to Munich, Germany for the famous Oktoberfest! Hasta luego!
Note: As crazy as the bull run sounds, it is an important part of Spanish culture and in the whole day I only saw one person get hurt by the bull. To Americans the bull run is a little weird, but I am glad I was able to see it for myself.
... stop (red) go (green) light system to ensure the traffic only flows one way at a time. In Plaza Mayor they are setting up a big stage and installed oversized metal posts and timber rails to corral people, it seems they have they have big festival on, from the picture I saw we can expects thousands of people to be jammed into Plaza Mayor tonight. Have returned to our room to start packing for an early departure, back to Madrid to drop the car off and catch a flight to ...
After a rather pleasant walk down through the forest below the Alhambra we arrived back at our hotel a bit before 2:00pm. Much earlier than it would have been if we had waited for the bus to take us back! I ducked up to the car parking garage to fetch the car, yesterday afternoon the police were blocking off access to the front of our hotel so I was concerned they might do this each day (our hotel is next to a large police station). ...
... explains it :-)
Ciudad Encantada / Enchanted city
I drove to nature park Ciudad Encantada, about 45 minutes from Cuenca. It was just a small side note in my guidebook, not even one of this province's highlights. But ...
... in raincoats we cycled in the heavy rain and actually quite cold conditions, stopping only for the very necessary haribo breaks, one of which took place in the sanctuary of a church. Lunch offered a new challenge. As we were about to sit down on some benches in a little picturesque village we were approached by an old lady whom we assumed was telling us off in Spanish. She disappeared back into her ...