Hotel & Spa Molino de Alcuneza - Siguenza
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Having left Sayalonga during the most stunning sunrise of our trip we then had a beautiful drive north through central Spain via Granada and Jaen. The province of Jaen produces the majority of Spanish olives and there are spectacular groves as far as the eye can see. We stopped for fuel just after Madrid and discovered a slight problem ,a 'pinchazo …
Had a lovely evening in the center of Madrid viewing all the Christmas lights. In Plaza Mayor there is a fantastic Nativity scene all hand made. This was followed by a nice meal and a few Vinos in a restaurant called Venta el Buscon. It specializes in huge steaks, too much for us so we had the prawns. Woke up to a sunny but cold Madrid. Left the hotel Convención for ...
... dancing and doing things on their own with the creepiest music, They were all in this trailer looking things and in the back of the trailer was a live-size woman, who appered to be either sleeping or dead. These exhibitions were not the first thing I would've like my parents to see when coming to this beautiful park, but they were still able to take in the park's beauty despite these interesting art exhibitions.
We continued to my ...
... what I sent a correspondent who knows of my journalism background, and who suggested I shouldn't be so cavalier about taking photographs, he assumed with a flash, because of the damage flash will eventually do to paintings, wall hangings and similar art works: I am fully aware of the harmful effects of flash on all manner of art works. I've taken tens of thousands of photographs in my travels. I took thousands of photographs subject to printing in ...
... 14th- today marked 4 years since Pito proposed to me at Charlesworth Bay, what a way to inadvertently celebrate. We were, and are, very lucky. Gastronomically and visually full it was time to complete the last stage of the D918 past Col D'Aubisque and out the other side to Spain. Only a few hundred metres down the road we could see yet another beautiful view with cyclists stopping to take a picture. Thinking we should stop to experience it I noticed an elderly ...