Manzanil Area de Servicio Hotel
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... and "new" city are joined by the Puente Nuevo, the New Bridge, built in the 1700's.The other two bridges are smaller and look Roman. The views are spectacular down to the plain below where green fields and olive groves reach as far as the eye can see. The gorge itself is dramatic with only a trickle of water flowing but that will change as the snow melts in the surrounding mountains. We had lunch on a sun baked terrace ...
... Tarn Gorge. When we stopped to watch some hang gliders taking off from an outcropping high above the town we turned around and saw one of the engineering marvels in the world. The Millau Viaduct (bridge), built between 2001 and 2004, is the tallest cable-stay road bridge in the world. This 2.4 KM bridge is part of the A75 expressway north and south. The tallest of the 7 pylons plus support mast is higher than ...
... the distance just above the town of Cómpeta. It resembled one of the small bonfires the farmers seem to light from time to time so we thought nothing of it. Following a lunch of tapas and a couple of beers in the square we returned for a well earned siesta. Unfortunately the scene from the balcony was not particularly conducive to relaxation. Alarmingly the bushfire had really taken hold. There was a huge cloud of black ...
... but white, exposed rock. It wasn’t. The hills and distant mountains were covered with patchy snow.
Reception was closed when we got to the camping ground and while we waited we explored the site. No water and no waste pipes. We were spoilt in the last place. On the plus side, electricity is 16amps and free and the wifi booster works brilliantly so we can get free access on the bus. This place is new ...
... there's a signboard and some waymarks and the start of a path upwards.
It turns out that the waymarking is absolutely superb for the whole round-trip to the summit and back. Plenty of blue arrows painted onto the rocks and lots of wooden posts - not a chance of anyone getting lost here! And it's a "circular" route too - you don't have to come back the same way. In not much over an hour, I'm at the top (1234m - some 300m above Ventas) with a ...