Hotel Santa Maria de Alquezar
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Tuesday 3rd June
We drove to Boltana today. We stopped for shopping and a coffee in Vielha on one of the main link routes across the Pyrenees from France to Spain. We watched HGV's thunder past us.
The road to Boltana took us along some very scenic roads, across mountain passes and through deep gorges. The road through the gorge was narrow with lots of twists and turns. Interesting in its own right but even more interesting ...
... understand it all because of her accent but it was neat to see. At the top, there were so many vultures flying around. Wow they have a huge wingspan! Quite remarkable the way they soared through the air.
After our stop, we continued up to Bielsa, stopping in Ainsa for lunch. I was fun to spend the day with Ana. We arrived in Bielsa around the same time as Eva and the ...
... in S Spain but once left alone we had to manage and we did. Sounds like a life reversal. Our main aim was for the next few days to get away from the cities and crowds and we have. The photos tell it all. Tomorrow we will be staying at a very old monastery only 70 kms from Barcelona for 2 nights. Then 4 nights in Barcelona and then onto London for 2 nights. Home on 27th October. Getting excited but Los really enjoying our trip still. Love Jenny and ...
... Well that didn't happen! We just came across more flooded towns, roads, walking trails. We decided to keep driving... We ended up at Huesca, a town we had heard good things about, but it was a hole! We stayed in the most horrible camp site with dirty Sanchez and many gypsies!! We went for dinner and decided to move on first thing in the morning! Hope we survive the crazy ...
Cec's thoughts / comments on our day in Alquezar and the journey to Ainsa
A wonderful day which started in the Moorish/Christian village of Alquezar. A lovely start to the day with a walk in amongst the olive groves, almond trees and red poppy fields which were terraced around the escarpment on which the village was ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Santa Maria de Alquezar
Arrived in the rain, first place we saw and we took it to get our selves and our bikes out of the rain. By the time we'd got to our room the rain had stopped and we'd paradise outside our window with a view of the old castle ruins and Iglesia de Santa Maria la Mayor - beautiful. Might not be able to sleep tonight knowing that the view is right there outside the window. Real picture postcard stuff.
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