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... taking notes as she has to report on the worth or otherwise (and value) in bringing future tours here.
I am sitting on the train which is taking us from Cuenca to Valencia, the third biggest city in Spain. This is the birth place of the Paella and lunch will be waiting for us. After this we are off on a walking tour of the city. Tomorrow morning sees the start of a free day but a few of us are going to book a bike tour around the ...
particularly attractive, sort of an industrial agricultural look about them
beyond the densely packed town centers.
One of those towns is Belmonte, notable for having one of
the most perfect looking castles on a hill above town. Whereas many castles in
Spain are either in a ruined state or have been converted into luxury hotels
called paradors, the castle at Belmonte is a museum of its past history. ...
... of high speed trains. Cuenca is on the high
speed line from Madrid to Valencia, so the one way trip by train has been
reduced from three hours to one hour. Since I made it to Cuenca in a car that’s
not really relevant to me now.
Cuenca is famous for its “Casas Colgadas” or hanging houses.
What does that mean? I recall the pictures of multi-story houses perched
precariously on the edge of a cliff, but my ...
Our weekend trip started with a train ride to Cuenca, after spending the day in Cuenca we would take another train to Valencia that night where we would stay until the following night when we took a train home. Although we didn't go out the night before, getting up early to make an 8:00am train on Friday was not appealing, and for some reason we were all exhausted. The fact that it was a gross day and raining did not help. This was ...
... practice all our newly acquired Spanish as the cafe owner spoke 0 English. We ordered coffee 3 different ways, got toast with tomato and olive oil, butter and jam. It was great and we felt like olympians, although we would surely fail at Spanish spelling bee. In Albacete we found the shop we were looking for and got Johan's hand made knife, the artisan is Amos Nunos, he is also the president of the knife makers guild in Spain. Our saved up $5's could also buy ...