Los Linajes Hotel
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This morning dawned bright and sunny and hot - again! We enjoyed our fruit dinner last night and I have to say that the nectarine and peach (it was like a golden queen) reminded me of the fruit we used to get in NZ. Firm, sweet and full of taste, not like the rubbish we've had in recent years. Maybe our best fruit is going overseas?
Anyway our first mission today was to visit the castle dominating ...
Travelled past many fields of wheat or the like, but new scenes were of fields of sunflowers and lavender. It was a colourful scene.
We knew we had to take a bus to the hotel upon arrival at Segovia, but we were not prepared for the station , a new you beaut one, to be situated so far outside the rest of the town, sitting there by itself out on the plain, with two long rows of covered parking! Our guess is many locals must travel the 30 minutes to ...
... and parking, its small size and light weight also made me feel very vulnerable--plus it has almost no acceleration on highways (terrible for passing on two-lane roads or driving up mountains), not to mention that it took a lot of strength for me to keep it from being completely buffeted by the wind while driving through those mountain passes. We were really very happy at that point to use our own two feet to walk the two miles uphill to our hostel.
Gato Tally: ...
... I mentioned last time, the sunsets in Spain are the most beautiful.
A few observations is that the streets of Valencia are extremely narrow and very unique. They have preserved the history of its city within its buildings. The colorful buildings in front of the marketplace was extremely impressive and it is sad that the modern innovations have led to the painting of the city in similar colors leaving only a few houses behind.
... for a hot chocolate on the way at Chocolateria Acueducto. It may seem a bit ridiculous to do this on a warm summer’s day, but that’s what you do in Spain – enjoy a cup of this thick hot chocolate with churros regardless of the weather. I think we picked the wrong place though – the churros were a bit underdone on the inside and overdone on the outside which explains why the fryer at the back of the place was ...