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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 ...
... I swear I hear the evil GPS Lady chuckle in the background.
On the same day the GPS Lady tricked us we headed to Granada so we could visit the Alhambra. This time it was my fault, I put the wrong street in the GPS and we ended up in the hills instead of the city of Granada. At one point we parked the car and walked through the narrow streets looking for the Plaza where we planned to meet our airbnb host. It was a long day of wrong turns ...
... for me as in Sudbury, where I attend Laurentian University, they are starting to wear pants as the temperature is already cooling down. Ciudad real is pretty much a ghost town between the hours of 2 and 5, because it is too hot to be outside as well as all the stores close for lunch. Thats the next difference, stores closing for lunch doesn't happen at home.
Ciudad Real is a beautiful city, filled with ...
... you have never driven the 401 and aren't used to the landscape even that can have it’s own charms so I don’t find this daunting. I pull into Consuega and it is picturesque as promised but I find no picturesque little store. I instead find another shuttered town and a little convenience store that somehow also smells like old man feet and manage to rustle up a lukewarm beer and a small piece of cheese that is likely ...
... to see those mills lined up on the hill.
We arrived at Toledo around 5pm. From the drive, we could see the entire city of Toledo on the hill, standing with dignity right next to the beautiful river gorge. This is a beautiful medieval town looking postcard perfect. After a short stroll to get late lunch, we had to start working unfortunately. But tomorrow we'll have a whole day to explore!