Hotel Don Manuel
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- Pets allowed
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... Our host, Sensi, greets us and shows us to our room, which is large with a nice balcony looking out onto the quiet suburban street. Bryan will be joining us for the weekend, and his room will be beside ours. We have a private bathroom, but share all the rest of the facilities in the house, including Juanito, the black and white cat.
We need to pop out and purchase some supplies, as we plan to cook some of our meals.
... a line under the whole episode and get on with enjoying the remainder of our holiday. We were going to head into Toledo today, but decided to have an easy one instead. We bought a couple of souvenirs and yes had tapas and vino/cervesa. The sun was shining so we had a stroll around and later on ended up at an expensive restaurant ...
... that delivered a constant flow of fresh water, right to the city well. We returned to the Grainer Bakery for a late lunch and Kiwi was disappointed to find most if the clothes and shoe shops were closed. Return trip I eventful other than the taxi driver 'getting lost'. Lucas had finished but had booked dinner to tomorrow night, 'but sir will need a jacket' pfffffft. Fine dinner, oxtail and Iberian pork. We left at 10.30 as a large group were just ...
We left Albarracin this morning en route for Aranjuez, which is about 20miles from Madrid.
First we had to go back to Teruel,taking the winding N330, then the N420 to Cuenca.
The first part of the journey was through deep red/orange soil and rock formations. This seemed a very poor area and we saw lots of abandoned houses, farms, ...
... are people that are really floating using only thin poles as support. I put in money and whisked my hand under their feet to feel if anything there but there wasn't any. I still have no idea how they manage to pull it off.
The Plaza de Mayor has always been ...