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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 ...
... normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">They headed off into Madrid's morning traffic, quickly making their way onto the auto via heading to Cuenca arriving just after lunch time. Cuenca is a small mountain top village that was first settled in the 14th century. It is simply breathtaking, positioned on the cliff faces that follow the contours of the Huecar River. I would describe Cuenca as the Grand Canyon meets the Tuscan Hills.
... standing over three large roman arches. The middle arch is for vehicles to pass leading into Plaza Mayor, the home of the Cuenca Cathedral. The cathedral dates back to 1182-1270 and is apparently the first gothic style built in Spain because of the influence of Alfonso VIII's wife Eleanor of Aquitaine who introduced the Anglo-Norman style.
A lot of the newer buildings aren't that interesting but all the different colours make for a rather ...
... Jesus and get the mailbox key. What was the name of her restaurant? What was her surname? All we know is that her name is Maria Jesus and that she has a restaurant in Logroņo . Goodness….we have a problem!
Brian decides to do a little police work. We find a restaurant with free wifi and enter the AIRBNB website to locate the entry for our apartment in Labastida where Maria Jesus’ contact phone number is. We then call her from a pay ...
... but i stayed on one of them. this area reminds me of something out of a movie...like helen of troy. there are ancient buildings and ruins everywhere...hiking trails everywhere...beautiful churches (of course closed)...two rivers...friendly people (population 70,000)...and a lively city center in the new section of town.
i have taken so many pictures...but none seem to capture ...
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