Abadia de Los Templarios
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... in the grounds of the castle/fort/church thingy . I don't know what it was exactly but it had a moat and cannons and a bell ,unfortunately like all the menus I couldn't read the signs ! I wondered round the town for a couple of hours and decided because it was my last night in Spain I would have Chinese for dinner . 4 special spring rolls 8 strange chicken balls House special fried rice Duck noodle dish 2 cans of coke Tomorrow I will cross the ...
The alarm went I contemplated leaping out of bed, thought better of it and went for the snooze option instead. 5 mins later I rose did my stuff and collected my belongings. Gordon had already been to the car with his luggage and lost his hat on route. I loaded the the bags onto the car and did the early morning bungie puzzle to secure everything and then joined my driver for breakfast. The coffee had just run out so things were off to a bad start. 5 ...
... had to walk about 1 mile to reach La Alberca. There were some private villas and cottages on our way and lots of pets, for example, horses and cows and so on. Alberca is quite an old town because the first house was built about 400 years ago. There is a small market in the town centre where you can buy different spices and delicious fruits. There is also a huge cathedral, - I'm sure, it's the biggest building in Alberca. It's ...
So, I decided to spend 7 days in Spain. Actually, I visited Madrid and Salamanca about 9 months ago but, I didn't really like Madrid. It's too polluted for me, that's why I booked a hotel near Salamanca, in La Alberca. La Alberca is very small town and its population is about 1500 people. The atmosphere in Alberca is very nice but it's too small to stay here for the whole week so I will visit Salamanca and other towns in Castille-Leon. Feel free to contact ...
... between Tordesillas and Salamanca in the heat of the day. We weren't too put off by this as we expected an easy 50 mile ride across largely flat terrain. What we soon learnt was that nothing is easy at 30 degrees. The land we encountered was featureless, a vast expanse of nothingness that meant finding shade was impossible and roads seemed to extend to the end of the earth. Across the shimmer of humidity we both spotted a small object drawing ...