Abadia de Los Templarios
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TripAdvisor Reviews Abadia de Los Templarios La Alberca
Travel Blogs from La Alberca
... directly above me all day and practically no shade ! After about 40 miles I stopped at a service station for a coke and some sweets ( sugar hit) and got talking to two Irish chaps who where on their way back from delivering bikes to Portugal. They asked where I was going and if I'd ever done anything like this before ., then they confirmed what is been thinking for a couple of weeks , I must be mad ! I arrived in Ciudad Rodrigo about 4 and booked into ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... felt exhausted but we now had a day to sleep, eat and explore Salamanca. Our day off started well, a delightful English woman wandered into our encampment with two cups of tea, perfect. Having stayed just outside of town we decided to take the bus into the centre of Salamanca which was straightforward enough and we disembarked just by the famous Plaza Major! The plaza was a spectacle in sandstone and we made a beeline for the closest ...