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... be against Barcelona, one of their biggest rivals. But the importance of the game didn’t matter to me, as that meant the tickets were cheaper. We sat in the second to top row, and this is the biggest stadium I have ever sat in. I was amazed at how many people there were, as this stadium has a capacity of 81,044. To give some perspective, CenturyLink field in Seattle has a capacity of 67,000. The Spanish soccer game lived up to all the stereotypes, people screaming ...
... in disrepair, tracks rough and timber guide rails broken or falling down. Many of the private buildings look vacant, some quite rundown, contrasted by the abundance of luxury cars. We are theorising that Cuenca could be rich Spaniards visiting town, we noticed a new golf course on the way which had golf estate housing (no doubt expensive). Large birds overhead riding the thermals caught our attention at one point, I saw them again later in the day. At Parador de Turismo ...
... to eat in, our waitress was rather surly and wouldn't let us order the menu of the day so we up sized to a larger fixed price menu. Which ended with too much food, the starters were okay but quite salty, the paella was very disappointing very salty with only small pieces of fish and miserable little shrimps. Fortunately we were not hungry by this stage and I didn't miss the desert which probably wouldn't have been worth writing home ...
I booked an evening walk through central Cuenca with a guide, a Dutch guy called Jurgen who'd been living here for over 25 years. He held the tour in Spanish. It started while it was still light and ended in the dark when the city also looks amazing.
The tour was very interesting and entertaining and the three other Spanish couples were ...
... in raincoats we cycled in the heavy rain and actually quite cold conditions, stopping only for the very necessary haribo breaks, one of which took place in the sanctuary of a church. Lunch offered a new challenge. As we were about to sit down on some benches in a little picturesque village we were approached by an old lady whom we assumed was telling us off in Spanish. She disappeared back into her ...