NH Principe de la Paz
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... later, we finished up with a smoked salmon mouse with strawberry sauce. I wasn't too sure at first, but it was very fresh and very tasty. Sundays are a real family time here with all ages enjoying the sun and cuisine. We had a stroll back to camp and a little vino at the campsite café. Very ...
... Parque, Caceres and then on to Portugal.
We both agreed that the one place we really wanted to visit was Cordoba, but this is such a long way south. and the middle of Spain is a' big black hole' for campsites.
We got out the maps and guides and worked out that we could visit Monfrague, Cacares then go south via Merida and Zafra ...
... br> The old town is surrounded by blocks and blocks of modern flats! We have been to Ronda, which is also built over a gorge so decided not to go into the town. We have decided that we have to be selective and cannot visit every historic town and village in Spain!!
We joined the A40/ A2 Autovia (free) from Cuenca to Aranjuez and this too was ...
... train station to catch the half
hour train to Toledo. Weather was nice and warm so we just walked
around the old town for a while. Got some delicious barbecue pizza
slices to tide us over and then went to the cathedral (just peaked
inside – quite spectacular – as it cost eight euros to enter). We
also went to a nice little museum exhibition in another cathedral
(this one was free). Lots of religious ...
... to obtain a map including our places of interest. First stop was the cathedral which, once inside, is quite unlike any other we have visited being a wealth of artistic styles and creativity - such a riot of detail that you are constantly craning your neck to look up at carvings, paintings or stained glass. There is a charge for entry but it does include an audio guide providing some interesting background information along the ...