Hotel Delta Tudela
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... King of Navarre from 1402-1424. During the War of Independence in 1813, the palace was deliberately set on fire by the Navarre General to prevent the French from taking control of the site. The reconstruction organization started in 1923 and the building started in 1937 and lasted for 30 more years. There was also a beautiful church attached to the Palace. Finally, we got to go into one of the Spanish Parador ...
... alcohol became illegal, they simply painted the whole thing black. The Govt said no... Take them down. But all of the Spanish loved these bulls so they were allowed to remain. (You may wish to check the validity of that story with Luisa) Also.... Story goes that an early ruler of Spain had a lisp. That's why the 'Z' is pronounced 'TH' (Luisa again) Daryl , loving your comments...not sure the rest of the bus is though.... 'I love Paris ...
... packed away, and with the wind still raging, we decided we may as well head back homeward - there was nothing much here we could enjoy in a gale. It was going to be difficult to fold the awning away but there was nothing else for it!
Our neighbour, Michael, came over to see what we were up to and we talked for a while about the road we would take back home. We felt committed ...
... were on the N121 for most of the rest of our journey to Cascante, near Tuleda. On the way we found a picnic area for lunch - the very last carton of tomato soup from Asda. I'll miss that soup.
We arrived at the Aire in Cascante early afternoon. The hilltop town looked lovely on the approach, however it promised more than it delivered. We spent some time planning the next ...
Contrary to the impression that one might get from the movies, castles were typically not very nice places to live in. Some rooms had fireplaces and those donīt do a very good job of heating a modern room with eight foot ceilings and R-12 insulation in the walls. Consider a room made completely of stone with 12, 15+ foot ceilings.Floors and walls of the more opulent digs were covered with rugs and tapestries to help make them a bit more ...