Hotel las Leyendas
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... to decorate every wall and floor there is. This palace is only used now for stately functions, wedding etc, while the Spanish royal live a separate residence. I love the grand staircase leading up the rooms , the throne room and the massive dining room with a long dining table that can easily fit over 130 guests . The quarter also houses some of worlds best violins collections by Antonius Strdivarius. the violins are over 300 + years old and produces some incredible music. ...
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We r in avila now in a supposed paradore! Very nice but has lost it originallity.
Leaving Cagliari, arrived at the airport lined up 4 baggage drp. Madrid is closed - panick - translation - flights 4 for madrid r not open yet!
CATTLE CLASSryanair. We couldn't understand the english, god knows how the none ...
... peaceful enclosed garden spaces. There were lots of cute little kittens sunning themselves at the entrance. MP= "That's because they don't believe in contraception"
We ate well there too. Simple hearty food but we got homemade empaņadas and the local biscuits. On the whole we're finding the Spanish fare much blander than what we expected. Eggs, cheese, potato and many varieties of pig. So ...
... price that one. I will only put my neck out to offer to take care of the project management for the fist 30 years, after that I will only say "it is not my problem any more, let the next 10 generations worry about it." Luckily the Roman Catholic Church had more money than the queen of England so fitting the bill was no issue...if we only had clients like that. On our way out of town we spotted an old bull fighting ring, I have no idea how old it was, but we had ...
... only vehicle in it! Despite the new car park, parts of the village look almost mediaeval.
Then it's on to the town of Aranda de Duero, where it actually begins to rain for a short time. Here I cross the Rio Duero, another of Spain's longest.
I'm now firmly committed to using the backroads rather than any fast dual carriageways. Apart from going very slowly through the occasional village or town, progress is quite good as there are long ...