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Travel Blogs from Teruel
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Battery Boy wandered off to find some lunch as Video Girl sat and enjoyed El Torico and the town square. Battery Boy returned with baguettes, Serrano jamon and cheese for them to share. They sat in the town square and enjoyed their picnic lunch.
After lunch they continued to explore Teruel discovering something new around every corner. As they walked to the end of one particular laneways it opened up ...
... wobbly bridge, up steps and boardwalks around rocks
. It was a lovely walk, deep in the gorge with old walls and buildings high above us.
We disturbed a pair of nuthatches who were too quick for ...
... a lovely walk, and only saw one other couple.
The campsite is very good, the pitches are long and narrow and only marked by trees and are very dry and dusty, but the Sanitary block is brand new and the showers are fully adjustable with continuous flow. WiFi is continuous and free, not too strong on the pitches but enough to do this blog! ...
... sandstone, carved into enormous gorges and valleys by long gone rivers - a bit like the Tarn and Ardeche areas in France.
We passed some lovely hilltop villages, but many of the houses looked deserted. We passed lots of deserted farms and many, many abandoned olive terraces, which ...
... town was conquered. The borders of the three kingdoms of Castilla, Aragon and Valencia meet at Albarracin which gave it particular importance and explains buildings with Moorish features.The cathedral built in the 16th century during the thriving years of Albarracin's history was designed in the typical Aragón Románico-Mudéjar style. Mudejar style is a mix of architecture influenced by Gothic, Romanesque and Islamic styles. (Bricks and ceramic glazed tiles)After ...
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