Hotel Castillo de Ateca
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... options. Decided on ComeJamon, a ham place that had a small restaurant featuring its products upstairs. With a glass of vino tinto and a cheese plate, it was a nice bit of tapas.
Back to the rooms for the cameras for night shots of the Pilar basilica from both sides and the Church of San Salvador. It seemed 2200 was about it for most church lighting.
Back to the room to download the pix. Feeling tired so d/n even choose pix for the blog; manana.
The Pyrenees. They conjure up images of romantically high snow capped mountains, rolling green hills, windy roads, scenic vistas and if you're into cycling, the Tour de France. You hear people talk about the Pyrenees and as an Aussie they seem so far away from a world we know- so 'European'. We had experienced the Pyrenees Orientale on the eastern side of the Spain-France border and fell in love with them. The Parc National des Pyrenees on the westerly aspect of ...
... staying at a Bed and Breakfast within walking distance to town. We explored the town and had a late dinner on an outdoor patio, along with many locals. We realized that there is a great deal of English spoken in Barcelona but our Spanish Phrasebooks and sign language came in very handy today. We'll leave for the 4 hour drive to Madrid early tomorrow ...
... depending on their status. Then going into the church part, you see the damage that was done during the different shifts if power. The church literally has no roof. It's quite pretty in the bright sunlight.
After having a picnic lunch, my Spanish friend Demelsa, her boyfriend and I went through the rest of the park. It is a park full of waterfalls, ponds, and green space. You feel like you are walking into a story ...
... the bus with a local guide (Eva) at 5. Big place with a lot of old and new. Drove up to the cathedral which was started in 1882 and still going. Blows your mind away. Gauldi was the architect and was 31 when he started (1883) hedged in a car accident in 1926 at the age of 74, however he had left his drawings and had a model of how he wanted it to look, so they ...