Posada Real de Santa Quiteria
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and density of 4.5 per square kilometer (about 13 per
square mile). That’s similar to farm counties in states like Iowa. I was
fortunate to have a brief respite from the rain to wander around the town in
the morning. There are not many significant sights, just a really nice old
city. I suppose a long time ago in the Middles Ages and maybe well into the 19th
and 20th centuries, a place like Siguenza would have been crowded
and bustling ...
... generally proceeding in a northwest to
southeast direction over several centuries in Spain.
The goal for the trip is to see lots of castles, medieval
towns and villages, the UNESCO World Heritage city of Cuenca and its “hanging
houses”, old monasteries, and the famous windmills of Consuegra that Don
Quixote chased. After all, Don Quixote was the “Man From LaMancha” so much of
Cervantes tale is set in the LaMancha region. I expect ...
... to see the views it offered from the top. Accessible by a cable car or hiking trail we had planned to visit the great dame in one form or another but a look on the map and we realised that 'ski lift' about 40mins earlier was our ticket to the top...With no time to back track we would unfortunately have to miss out. Pic du Midi will have to join Col du Tourmalet on the bucket list. Hhmmmm, maybe if I am to become an Ironman WAG again the boys could do a ...
Having left Sayalonga during the most stunning sunrise of our trip we then had a beautiful drive north through central Spain via Granada and Jaen. The province of Jaen produces the majority of Spanish olives and there are spectacular groves as far as the eye can see. We stopped for fuel just after Madrid and discovered a slight problem ,a 'pinchazo'
. Deep joy. Come on, you don't know what a flat tyre is in ...
... depending on their status. Then going into the church part, you see the damage that was done during the different shifts if power. The church literally has no roof. It's quite pretty in the bright sunlight.
After having a picnic lunch, my Spanish friend Demelsa, her boyfriend and I went through the rest of the park. It is a park full of waterfalls, ponds, and green space. You feel like you are walking into a story ...