Hotel & Spa Molino de Alcuneza - Siguenza
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Banquet room
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... the trees.Thank goodness for all that Kawasaki "Tupperware" in front of me. Fifteen minutes later and it's all sunshine again.
1845. Check in. Shower. Now look over the room. Impressed. Looks like good value.
2000. Walk down to the Duoro River. Not as grand as I'd expected, but maybe there's a water shortage. Certainly ...
When I got to Siguenza I managed to find what I think may
have been the only hotel that was open midweek during the off-season. It was
quite plain, but that’s perfectly fine with me when it only cost 32 Euros.
Siguenza is another one of Spain’s medieval towns located in
a region of exceptionally low population density. I saw a sign with info about
the area showing that the mountainous northern part of Guadalajara province has
a population of ...
... br> in northern Europe when it seemed like few people spoke English. My friends
Jesus and Mariangeles told me their four-year old son Lope now gets nine hours
of English every week in his kindergarten, although he was quite shy about
talking with me (I shouldn’t complain; I’m the same way when it comes to trying
to speak in Spanish). This all occurred to me because English has not made it
to the rural areas of Guadalajara province yet.
... there was only one room to see through the opened door and was even more basic than outside. A single foam mattress on a spring bed, a dirt floor and an old kitchen cupboard where he made his cheese was it. I felt I was meeting the equivalent of an old shearer from out west! I tried to explain how my family were farmers in Australia and found myself moo-ing and baa-ing and jumping around like a kangaroo to an old Pyrenees bachelor on the side of a mountain. Turns ...
... the bus with a local guide (Eva) at 5. Big place with a lot of old and new. Drove up to the cathedral which was started in 1882 and still going. Blows your mind away. Gauldi was the architect and was 31 when he started (1883) hedged in a car accident in 1926 at the age of 74, however he had left his drawings and had a model of how he wanted it to look, so they ...