Intur Alcazar de San Juan Hotel
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Tis a place mentioned in the book Don Qu... Something.
The curtains are pulled over the doors and shutters over windows pulled down. No one is around.
We have some group photos by the windmills.
A terrible tourist destination.. Only pass through here ...
... a pedestrian friendly square....uh oh....of course the police officer has to come to MY side of the car and I roll down the window....I know what to do....grovel.....he has that "What the heck are you doing" look on his face and all I can do is say I'm sooo sorry, we are lost, sooo sorry, sooo sorry. He rolls his eyes at the clueless American tourists, points to a street behind us and tells us to go that way, SLOWLY and we do, everyone stares and shakes their ...
... good Manchega what Velveta is to cheddar. This still does not daunt me. I park at the bottom of the winding hill that leads me up to the castle and the windmills because I want to walk it. Really experience it. And as I almost reach the top, drenched from even mild exertion in the 40 degree weather, I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that it is all going to be worth it. There are only a handful of people up there and I can see ...
... we got ready as quickly as possible, and headed for our car which was parked about 5 minutes walk away from the apartment. The operation was rather complicated. - After taking the car out of the gated garage, one of us had to run back to the apartment to leave the garage key. So, we illegally (and temporarily) parked our car on the street, Greg ran back to the apartment while I anxiously waited for his return. ...
The last day of our 4 day tour and we left Granada. Along the way we visited Puerto Lapice for lunch break, This is a little roadside town, off the highway and is located in the territory of the Man of La Mancha fame. It was a little bit like a scene from a mexican movie, with old white painted buildings etc.
Our next stop was Toledo, although we had visited it before, we still enjoyed walking around this ancient city. While the rest of the tour group had a guided tour ...