Parador de Plasencia
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... who suggested we approach the guy in Lisbon who has been so helpful to them last week. Sent off several emails, then home. Marliyn cooked paella- this time, EXACTLY as I expected, pork, chicken, chorizo, vegies and fluffy rice.(not baked as we had in Seville). Decided to head for Madrid anyway next day, as the only lead we had so far with the Boomer was to travel backwards ...
... we went out again to explore Cuacos de Yuste itself. Tiny narrow streets, overhanging rooms, some buildings almost crumbling away. Some houses decorated prettily or adorned with flower boxes. Shopped for locally brewed beer, pate and creamy goats' cheese. Stopped in at the local bar for a drink and to get the internet, as Marilyn has no internet at home. Back home for even more food and drink, then late to ...
... top. Fantastic views. Another Knights Templar castle, similar vintage as Tomar. Interesting coincidence after yesterday at Tomar. Drove to the village of Cuacos de Yuste. Called our friends, Marilyn, my old school friend and husband Pip, who came to meet us and we followed them up to the little house that they are renting in the country. Great evening chatting, catching up, eating and drinking outside in the the cool. Beautiful outlook from their house over surrounding ...
... do and as we cruised along a straight road led by BE, we were overtaken by a man in a white van. (This followed the ignominy earlier in the day of being overtaken by a Toyota truck towing a trailer although, to be fair, the road surface favoured him more than us,). Anyway, as the road twisted up into the mountains, we caught up with WVM who was determined that we should not overtake. BE was equally determined and managed an overtake at which point ...
... and talked about their special ham, which is salted and hung to dry for up to 18 mths on the bone. the pigs are especially bred and fed exclusively on acorns (from all the holm oaks?) The Carrefour had a wonderful display of hams - the Jamon Iberico de Extramadura was 165e for a whole ham!!!! No wonder ...