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Tis a place mentioned in the book Don Qu... Something.
The curtains are pulled over the doors and shutters over windows pulled down. No one is around.
We have some group photos by the windmills.
A terrible tourist destination.. Only pass through here ...
... but in the end we got back in the car, found the square and met Carlos. We finally got happily settled into our apartment knowing we didn't have to drive for the next few days. I'm sure the GPS lady was happy to have a day off as well.
The region of La Mancha is known for Don Quixote and windmills. As we drove through the plains, the hills in the distance were dotted with old fashioned windmills that spoke of a simpler time when ...
... people will emerge on a mega bus, but you know what, even the crowd didn’t matter. This lady knight errant was arriving at her chosen spot and nothing was going to shake me. I walked up to the base of the windmill I had picked for myself ready for my moment… and there was a convenience store/tourist shop in it and the base was concrete and there was dog poop in the exact place that I had imagined putting my ...
... glowing so intensely. It looked like something out of a science fiction movie. Something extra terrestrial. We tried to guess what it was but had no idea. Later on, we found online that it was a solar tower!! 624 huge mirrors reflecting sunlight, and provide energy enough to provide the entire city of Seville!!! That is absolutely incredible! Again, we are pleasantly surprised how advance Spain is with ...
... idea where we were or where the bus stop was. So, after asking someone who couldn't speak English (quite common in Spain) and trying to direct us with sign language, we walked in the general direction that he was pointing and we found a bus stop.
Not sure if it was the right one, a man who spoke English told us we were at the right stop. As we boarded the bus and him checking with the bus driver for us, a lady on the bus said she was going to the exact stop that we needed ...