Parador de Cuenca
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... made it even more fun. We explored this area for probably an hour climbing into every nook and cranny we could find and taking lots of cool pictures
After we done climbing and fooling around we had some tapas with our teacher. After this we caught a bus back to the train station and waited for the train to Valencia. Cuenca was a very short trip-only a few hours, but the places we saw were amazing and the nature was awesome!
... hotel a month ago. . With great foresight we had one night stay for free, and as payback we were forced to have a luxury parador vacation. It's a tough life but somebody has to do it. Although the parador had a great view of the old city, we needed to walk across a bridge over a gorge to get to the other side. I hate to say that my fear of heights came into play again when having to cross, but with Johan holding my hand and me looking up towards to cliffs on ...
... There was none on the narrow streets below and the parking garage’s height was too low. A bus driver told me to go over the sidewalk and park with the tour buses (the main gate was locked). He said he would look after the car while he waited for his tour group to come back. No problem!
It was quite a climb uphill to where Maryln was waiting. We crossed the abyss on the narrow footbridge with me not looking left or right and wearing my ...
... to dinner at Natura Ars. This restaurant was on the opposite side of the hill to where they were staying and had magnificent views of the township and rolling hills. The window of the restaurant was 30 metres and 20 metres wide. As the sun set, the lights of the town slowly lit up the city of Cuenca.
A ten course degustation awaited them as they were ...
After a week in Madrid I got the car out of storage and we hit the road. Cuenca is a bit off the beaten track on a highway with very little traffic. In just over 100 kilometres we saw maybe 5 cars going the same way as us. Cuenca is situated on a steep spur whose slopes descend into the Jucar and Huecar rivers. Back in the year 714 when the Muslim Arabs conquered the area they realised it's strategic location and built a fortress on top of the hill. ...