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Travel Blogs from Cuenca
... the region became a agricultural and textile manufacturing centre. It stayed Muslim until the 12th century when the Christians slowly conquered the region. As you approach town you drive through the new part first before climbing up the hill to the old part of town. There is virtually only one road leading through the old town and it's that narrow that they have traffic lights installed so you can cross oncoming traffic.The Town Hall is a baroque ...
... your waist?”
We all search the inside of the car. No sign of it.
“We looked through the whole house before we locked up. It can’t have been left there”.
“If it’s not here, it’ got to be there so we must go back. It’s only 30 minutes.
“How do we get in?”
“*****! The key is in the mail box, which is locked”.
We are in Logroņo so we must ...
... but i stayed on one of them. this area reminds me of something out of a movie...like helen of troy. there are ancient buildings and ruins everywhere...hiking trails everywhere...beautiful churches (of course closed)...two rivers...friendly people (population 70,000)...and a lively city center in the new section of town.
i have taken so many pictures...but none seem to capture ...
... soon as we get them up.
After a great drive through hilly countryside we got to Cuenca which is another awesome hilltop town, sandwiched between 2 gorges. Ad we sat down for a beer in the Plaza Mayor, a huge catholic pageant took place. The men were carrying two large statues of Mary from one church to another 2 kilometres up the hill. The town band followed, beating drums and blasting out brass; and the porters of statues cracked large sticks in time on the cobblestones ...
... this stage with plenty of rolling hills and lots of red earth. And zillions of olive trees.
I eventually get to Alcarez, where there's an old ruin on top of a hill, probably what's left of the castle. It's here that I consult the road map about the next stage of the journey and decide on a change of plan. Up till now, I've been heading for Albacete, intending to turn northwestwards towards Madrid and Cuenca, when I get there. But there's what looks like a short cut on a ...