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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... after having taken the statutory photos, had pointed out vaguely the way we needed to go. Eventually we found the way out and continued. As luck would have it, a turn into the town centre found us two kerbside parking spaces adjacent to a very good tapas bar where a good lunch for €17 including drinks was had at a pavement table. The next stint caused a satnav disagreement but not before we had been to the slowest petrol station with the longest refuelling stop ever. With ...
... part of the city, which we also love, and in to the town square. Here there are bars surrounding the square and of course there is a real buzz to the place. Had the usual G and T's! It rained heavily last night so we went to a restaurant close to the hotel for our last night with Bruce and Di. They are going back to Barcelona tomorrow and then home while we continue on to ...
Another hot day, today - about 36, 37 degrees. Visited a winery called Emina this morning (founder is Carlos Moro from the Matarromera group) which is very near a sweet little village called San Bernardo and went on a tour which was so interesting as our guide spoke English. A third of their revenue is spent on research and development and they have ...
Drove on a motorway this morning and I have been struck by how similar the country looks to Australia. Lots of cropping on the first part of the trip and centre pivots. And some of the motorway was lined with Lavendar which looked gorgeous. We then got in to the vine growing area of Central Spain called Ribera Del Duero and I likened some of it to the area around Padthaway. We are staying in a castle called Real Castillo de Curiel for 2 nights - have just arrived ...
... a section of the floor, and a deep silence prevails for some minutes. Then it is time for coffee, and the drive back to Caluerega. One of the brothers opens the shop for us and the tower. The views from the tower are spectacular. No wonder the earliest inhabitants built here. Any would-be invader would be spotted immediately! In the late afternoon, we sample the wine in the local tavern and chat. Dinner is, as usual at 9pm, quite late by my ...