Hotel Meson L'Ainsa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ainsa
... If another car came the other way we both stopped and my stomach clenched as we squeezed past as below me were vertical drops into the river. Thank goodness this was only for the last 50 km of our journey but it has made me change my route for tomorrow as the same path onwards to Barcelona looks even more challenging. The river was a deep emerald blue and we came to a lake that was ...
... still covered in snow and while melting created massive amounts of waterfalls. The next day we visited the Ordesa y Monte Perido National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. A royal decree established Ordesa, Spain's oldest National Park and one of Europe's first, in 1918 and the government has since expanded it to include more than 56,000 aces. This dramatic, glacier-carved landscape provides ...
... valleys you find steep hills poking up like anthills. They are crowned with wall to wall houses, and it is not difficult to picture older times with the town fighting invaders trying to scale the sides of the hill. Everything in these old towns rams home the reality of the need to defend against attack. The walled city, the drawbridges and gates, the myriad of slits to fire arrows or guns and ...
... here are spectacular, mountains, rivers, snow, grazing, lots of villages built on tops of hills, poppies growing everywhere, the wheat crops nearly ready for harvest, heather on the hills, hawks everywhere in the skies looking for their next feed and the list goes on. We notice alongside the long length of the reservoir a bunch or ruins on a hill. So off to investigate.
It is abandoned but we noticed power to it and there is a farm behind it and as ...
... in Spain was much better. As were the roads. What was intriguing is the huge number of abandoned buildings without a roof or windows being taken over by the greenery. These ranged from farmhouses to previous expensive homes to castles. I think the cost of maintenance just couldn't compare with starting again. We did visit various towns with preserved old buildings. One of which ...