Hotel Rural Noguera de la Sierpe
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- Swimming pool
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We have travelled to Ubeda because a couple 10days ago in Carcassonne told us it was a fabulously pretty town Thankfully we agree!! Today Sharpie drove for 580 kilometres which took us 61/2 hours on great non toll Spanish roads. We had a lunch break in Córdoba in an industrial type area - it wasn't too bad - thought all the big signs indicated a shopping centre and we wanted something quick!! Arrived in Ubeda around ...
... opening hours always catch us out. Even tourist offices seem to have very varied hours sometimes closing 11 to 5 sometimes only open 10 to 2. Pat is finding the way in which he should ask for a beer is also highly varied from person to person.. Sometimes there is one late lisp, one early lisp or two lisps in the word. ...
... hill, I was reassuring Pat that we didn't have another one with narrow streets. Luckily the flat was at the top of the village and it was possible to drive along moderately sensible roads to drop bags off at the door and then park a short distance down the road.
We noticed on the map that there was a road up to the castle so plans were made the next morning. as we drove there we came across a sign suggesting ...
... here. Probably one of the most poignant worship places I have ever visited. The fact that this small place also hid many Jews from the terror of the Inquisition may have amplified the sense of soulfulness. It is a must see.
As we have traveled farther south in Spain we have noticed a distinct difference in the way people pronounce words. They routinely drop the “f” or “s” sounds and insert a “th” sound ...
... there is no talking, the body language and expressions keep the audience laughing out loud.
Dinner is at 9:00 pm which is late for the Anglos, but early for the Spaniards who often eat dinner as late as 10:00 pm. During dinner I shared my table with two of the Spanish men and one of the Anglo men. Much of the conversation revolved around European football (soccer). Joaquin mentioned that he had been to the USA and ...