Parador de Teruel
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- Swimming pool
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Having had a lovely breakfast again at Londres Hotel and after checking out with the Spanish receptionist who had studied at Nottingham University (!) we headed off to Teruel where yet again we had stayed last year. The hotel is one of the state owned Parador chain which are largely historic and set in lovely grounds in towns throughout Spain. …
... with the locals. Google translate came to our aid, and allowed us to have some sort of conversation with the very sweet lady who ran the hotel. We were blown away again by the generosity and hospitality with which she prepared the food and served us. We were even treated to vegetables from her own plot. Contented and happy after our rather wet day we finally lay down in our beds for a well deserved ...
Comfortable air-conditioned hotel in Teruel €61 incl. breakfast (38C today) and prospect of a crawl of alluring tapas bars this evening. A fine town, far from the tourist hubbub. Town is situated on a naturally elevated terrace and has splendors to display. Arrived 3:00PM, laundry service, and full service tray brought to room by me, rosada local, nuts and pastries. Siesta ensued followed by the aforementioned hair ...
... south past Zaragoza, through the plains of Spain. The colours we saw were the palette of subtle beauty; wheat fields in sable, forest green bush, golden ochre fields, ploughed paddocks of rust red soil studded with white limestone, and the blue misty hills beyond made up a patchwork of colour which were dramatically offset by a black thunderous sky above.
We set ourselves up for maybe our last picnic with this ...
... at Valderrobres, in the Teruel. The countryside in this area has some huge cliffs, wide valleys and many castles. Despite the destruction of churches that occured in the early 1900s there are still many fine exanples to be seen.
The hotel was very comfortable, the food "scrummy" and the family very friendly. There is no on site parking but our moto was happy to be parked 50 mtrs away outside the Garda Civil offices; guess that was reasonably secure.