El Romeral Hotel
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... had to walk up extremely steep roads to get to the old town. We found a tapas type restaurant and promptly ordered too much food - as you do! However, to walk it off, we ventured back to the modern town down the hill in search of an ATM and eventually found one. Then the last 80km over good, if sometimes rather dusty roads ( for the following car which was lost in the cloud - Adrian) before we arrived at our personal castle. Another Parador ...
... own while Maryln and I sauntered around admiring the old town and cathedral and then settled down to a light lunch. We sampled the juicy local trout and watched the families come out of church and form huge animated groups around sidewalk tables for a long meal together.
Back in Madrid, Maryln and I walked through the Plaza Museo on to the Oriental Plaza near the Palace. We ordered the Menu del Carte (Plate of the Day). In Spain this usually ...
... receives a complimentary colonoscopy. Again a most interesting offer but unfortunately we are leaving Madrid today he advised.
On completing their breakfast they returned to the Adler Hotel to collected their luggage, hailed a taxi and headed to the car rental depot at Atocha Railway. They collected the car along with a couple of extra necessities ...
After a week in Madrid I got the car out of storage and we hit the road. Cuenca is a bit off the beaten track on a highway with very little traffic. In just over 100 kilometres we saw maybe 5 cars going the same way as us. Cuenca is situated on a steep spur whose slopes descend into the Jucar and Huecar rivers. Back in the year 714 when the Muslim Arabs conquered the area they realised it's strategic location and built a fortress on top of the hill. ...
... 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 ...