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Travel Blogs from La Alberca
... 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 ...
... and all of a sudden the shorts made sense. The weather stayed warm and several controls later we rocked up at the event lunch halt. I would love to be able to mention where it was but frankly I have no idea as I was just following these helpful little diagrams in a book and never looked at the map. We had an hours break for lunch and Gordon and I being the 7th car on the road had the last of the Paella that the local restaurant had cooked up. I felt ...
... can buy it two times cheaper in 200 m. When we were in the shop, Eliza ( my daughter ) dropped a souvenir made of china. It wasn't expensive: it cost about 2,5 € but a shop assistant sold it us for 1 €. I'm not sure we'll take it home but she was so nice ;) If you wanna have a lunch in McDonalds, don't try to find it! There are no popular fast-food restaurants or cafés. And don't try to talk to locals - THEY ...
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 ...
... gambas) and a couple of beers we returned to the campsite to lay around the pool. At dinner our waitress seemed genuinely shocked when we had the audacity to order the T-bone steak and a side salad! "It's a big portion", she warned. She was right, but we had 60 miles to cover in the morning and 1.5kg of unadulterated beef seemed a fitting meal to set off with. Day six, we rolled out of camping Don Quijote feeling fresh and ready for the day. We ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking