Parador de Plasencia

Address: Pza. San Vicente Ferrer, s/n, Plasencia, Extremadura, 10600, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Pza. San Vicente Ferrer, s/n, Plasencia, is near Estivalia.
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    Travel Blogs from Plasencia

    Simple 21km before 33km killer tomorrow

    A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 13, 2015

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    ... if you can (many places don't allow, its first in best dressed). Sounds like Marcus and Heinrich have shared a few double beds. They get in late because they do big distances so sometimes thems the breaks! We all had a good laugh at their experiences!

    This village tonight is outstanding. We have no idea what makes it popular but there must be something around as there are buckets of hotels and Casa Rurals (like B & B) we like the ...

    Heavenly 30km - stunning country & history

    A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 12, 2015

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    ... lush green pastures, cows, a handful of dogs, sandy track, the sounds of crickets and insects, the sun on our shoulder, cork trees and for the first time I saw the acorns from the cork trees - means the pigs and cattle haven't been through there. This goes on for about 15kms - total heaven.

    Finally hit the bitumen road, so while it is still beautiful we now know we are getting closer to the Caparra Arch and the magical Roman digs. Running, almost literally, between stone ...


    A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 11, 2015

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    ... to be a princess, get the freak up Lari, there's 30kms in front of you! Buddy can't see blood on the face despite the gravel sliding on it, but fark the chin does have a bump and feels badly bruised though this arvo, apart from a small lump you wouldn't know. Hurts more than is obvious!

    Hi ho onto the main highway (yuk!) but thankfully for a short spin then climb the barrier and get down to the old road and negotiate the weeds and **** around the bitumen then ...

    Brain challenge day

    A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 10, 2015

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    ... and medieval ones built centuries earlier. Cute all the same.

    I made a commitment to self to engage brain all day (difficult if you know the level of my concentration span!) to look where I place left foot all day so as not to roll that confounded ankle again so it will get better. Walks well in a forward direction, hates stairs, but if I can keep it straight and not roll it all will be well. Just 22km to go. And for those doubters.....I succeeded, ...

    Cuacos de Yuste

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Sep 24, 2014

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    ... inspected the site on the block where Marilyn and Pip plan to build their house within the next year or two. We then drove to explore the area. Bit rainy so we stopped for tapas and drinks in a small village bar- deep fried onion rings, tiny peppers and calamari. Then we went home for lunch at 5! Thought we would try more net surfing so back to the local bar for Internet. Talked ...