Parador de Cuenca
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Anguix is a hamlet of no more than a dozen houses on the road from Sacedon to Zorita de los Canes which administratively belongs to the municipality of Sayatón. Nothing to see here, but about 3 km. away lies a temple devoted to the scenic beauty, next to a river Tajo *******. It's a temple without pillars, friezes nor ceilings. Nothing supports it …
Cuenca was a blast! A world heritage listed site with UNESCO and after seeing the old city you appreciate the need to maintain it. Most of the 57,000 inhabitants now exist in the newer part of the city although about 1000 still live in the old city with most of the buildings now being maintained for tourism etc.
To walk the streets and touch the buildings of a 1200 year old city s just amazing and I hope my photos do it justice. As usual there ...
Back when I was about 11 or 12 years old, I used to go with
my family to occasional potluck suppers at their church. They usually preceded
some evening event, sometimes a slideshow of a parishioner’s travel pictures. Back
in the 1970s was before Internet and even the variety of shows available on
cable TV. To see images of the world you’d have to go to the library for a book
or wait until a program on the subject ...
... of the class trips as well so its safe to say we were not all that bright and cheery.
Although it was pouring when we first got to Cuenca, it actually turned out to be a lot of fun. We saw a few different cathedrals/churches/mosques, the hanging houses which literally are attached to the side of a wall and hang over a cliff, and then we saw a very cool aqueduct. In order to get to it we had to do a little climbing ...
... knife. It was only 12:30 and we sat down for a quick lunch at a local paneria on Plaza Del Altozano. We had fresh empanadas, a sandwich with brie and bacon and croissant with ham and cheese. After lunch we sat back to enjoy a cup of coffee when I saw the most gross thing ever. A little boy of about 2 and half had to go to the bathroom, his grandma pointed to a tree, naturally the boy was behind the tree, from grandma's perspective, but right in front of us. ...