Hotel Palacio Coria
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... some photos outside of the castle (hotel) before the above mentioned stood around getting in all the pics. And then we were out on the open road - fast straight roads across the plain and it was a bit parky, especially on the misty stretches. RL had tried to be big and brave but, eventually, was forced to pull over and put on a fleece. Mrs RL even requested the heater - as well as two fleeces, a neck warmer thingy that she wor over her nose, a ...
... the town would be high on a hill, but no - it was in a valley.
We saw signs for a Carrefour and after negotiating about 5 roundabouts each with a raised crossing(awful in a MH) at the entrance and exit, we saw the supermarket up on a hill.
When we got nearer we realised that the main ...
... stopped at the visitor centre to pick up maps and info and to check that it was Ok to take the MH into the park. A minor road to Trujillo does run right through it, but there are also side roads.
We were informed of where we could go and where the special bus/ MH parking places were.
We found ...
... Nacional and about 8km from Plasencia.
We found a lovely shaded pitch (about the only one flat enough to take a MH) and as we sat out having a welcome cuppa, noticed some unusual birds.
These turned out to be Azure-winged Magpies - a cross between a jay and a magpie, ...
... restaurants, so we were able to nourish ourselves as we watched all the activity.
Sunday, we decided we needed a break from old buildings so we headed out on a hike in Monfrague National Park, one of fourteen national parks. It was refreshing to get back to nature for a few hours, though the quality of the trails made us grateful for the state of our national parks (when they're open for business, that is).