Hotel Leonor de Aquitania
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What a day!!!! I started with the car not starting - had to roll start. I think the dodgy mechanics stuffed something. But the day got better as we got to Granada and toured the Alhambra - the Ottoman palaces. It was just fantastic and easy to see why it is the number one attraction in Spain according to LP. The state of preservation and …
... project and although they just didn't want to go down from the heights of the city to fetch water they submitted to the King that they needed water on hand should a fire commence through the heat of the summer (many of the buildings were timber). The King swallowed the story and the viaduct was completed.
We were lucky enough to book a restaurant high in the old city and after a dinner of wild boar with raspberry sauce and local veges I was ...
... of high speed trains. Cuenca is on the high
speed line from Madrid to Valencia, so the one way trip by train has been
reduced from three hours to one hour. Since I made it to Cuenca in a car that’s
not really relevant to me now.
Cuenca is famous for its “Casas Colgadas” or hanging houses.
What does that mean? I recall the pictures of multi-story houses perched
precariously on the edge of a cliff, but my ...
Our weekend trip started with a train ride to Cuenca, after spending the day in Cuenca we would take another train to Valencia that night where we would stay until the following night when we took a train home. Although we didn't go out the night before, getting up early to make an 8:00am train on Friday was not appealing, and for some reason we were all exhausted. The fact that it was a gross day and raining did not help. This was ...
... With an hour left before siesta Veronica and I made most of the time before the shops closed. We have been outmaneuvered by the men multiple times, taking us shopping during siesta, this meant we had almost no shopping to proof that we were in Spain. Time was running out, and with the poor economy, we thought it wise to use the remaining Euro's as a cash injection the help with the economic recovery, and we would ensure that the Euro's do not loose value if we ...