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Travel Blogs from Teruel
... very little traffic on the road. Between Valencia and Teruel the landscape is very flat and arid, almost desert-like with the occasional high point littered with massive wind turbines. As we approached Zaragosa the hillside was dotted with two hundred or more of these wind turbines hypnotically spinning.
Video Girl had wanted to visit Zaragoza for a number of years so she was very excited to be finally arriving in the ...
... this point we had only seen the one person.
We climbed up to the main square and then on up steps until we came to the path to the walls which zigzags across the hillside and was very 'scree-y' - my particular hate. We thought ...
... in Spain.
As it is set high up at 1180m you can see the walls and towers rising up the hills as you approach the town.
We decided to just have a quick look around the old town this morning, as we needed to do some shopping and then spend the whole day walking up to the walls/towers tomorrow.
The woman in the Tourist Info ...
... been very good, except for one part where it deteriorated into a multi repaired single track road. Luckily we did not meet anything on this part.
Actually we were very surprised at how little traffic we did see and often had the roads to ourselves foe kilometre after kilometre. ...
... from the square is the Cathedral built in Mudejar style like most of Teruel's architecture. From there a little alley way leads to La Escalinata (Stairs) that take you down to the railway station. The stairs are rather fanciful decorated with lots of colourful tiles in the Mudejar style. After walking around for nearly an hour enjoying the sights we decided that the bars in Plaza del Torico were just right for a gin & tonic before returning to the Hotel
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