Cueva Del Fraile
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... There was none on the narrow streets below and the parking garage’s height was too low. A bus driver told me to go over the sidewalk and park with the tour buses (the main gate was locked). He said he would look after the car while he waited for his tour group to come back. No problem!
It was quite a climb uphill to where Maryln was waiting. We crossed the abyss on the narrow footbridge with me not looking left or right and wearing my ...
... GPS and an extra comfortable cushion to sit on while driving as Battery Boy was still a bit sore after breakfast. On the way Video Girl suggested she could share the driving throughout Europe. Battery Boy thanked Video Girl for her offer and indicated that the extra cost to have a second driver was wasteful and the further cost for enough prescription medications to keep him heavily sedated would be astronomical.
... The little back alleys are steep, sometimes only steps lead from one little square to another. We ate lunch in one of those squares overlooking the Huecar river gorge. Even though the lunch was nothing special the view was. The St. Pauls Bridge that spans across the Huecar river was built in 1533-89 to connect the old town with the St. Paul convent on the other side. There are some fabulous views from the bridge to the old town. Las Casas ...
... it in the trash. Wait a minute! Multa? I look closely. It’s a €90 fine for illegal parking. That’s impossible. Everyone has told us that parking is free in August. We remark about the strange fine to the helpful agent at the Cuenca tourist office.
“Ah yes. In Madrid parking is free in the afternoons in August. You still have to pay for parking in the mornings”.
This sounds so ludicrous that I think he is ...
... 11pm on wednesday night and immediately felt 'tranquila'. the taxi driver grew up here and said he can't remember the last time he heard or read about a crime being committed. can you imagine?
the town is basically separated into two parts...old and new. i stayed...obviously if you know me...in old town...which sits on top of the mountain. well, the entire town is amongst ...