Parador de Alarcon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the Roman, Visigoth and Arab city can be seen. It provided a great insight into the urban development of Valencia from its foundation in the Medieval period. The picture of the Jug, Urn and decanter is representative of the 12-13th century. Of course, given the Roman influence it is no surprise to find Thermae ( buildings built for bathing ) here. This one is structured into defined, individual rooms and each appeared to have a ...
... said, they'd thought ahead and set the GPS up in English and put the Bordeaux return address into the stored directory. We chose to avoid tolls which proved to be interesting however it did send us through some quaint little towns, one of which we stopped to have lunch. I had a lovely two course lunch of soup and a dish akin to quiche while Liz had tortellini and the quich. Our trip was also slowed by a large number of ...
... open the rib cage and dig his hand in to detach first the grey sack of the digestive organs and then the richly coloured offal, it hardly dripped. He very carefully and quickly detached the spleen/Gall bladder? which is very toxic and threw that, along with the rejected fleece, stomach and head into the bin. The questionable aspect of this process is that the other sheep was witness to this entire process, and aroma, living just feet away from the dissection ...
... station to book a seat to Nerja. Well, we got there only to find that all the seats were full. We walked half an hour through the city to the bus depot. The bus had seats left, but would take much more travel time and cost us over 70 euros each.
Back to square one.
Fortunately, our current hostel had beds for us to stay until the 2nd. We just had to switch from a 4 bed room to a 12 bed dorm. That bought us some time, but ...
Castile is a land of castles, a concentration that resulted
largely from the land being fought over between Muslim and Christian kingdoms
in the Middle Ages. Outside of Cuenca city the province’s sights are quite
widely dispersed. I stopped at two in the southern part of Cuenca province in
my big clockwise circle of Castilla-La Mancha from Madrid.
Alarcon is a small town with a good defensive ...