Parador de Ciudad Rodrigo
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Ciudad Rodrigo
... strong smelling but when you open it, you are met with the most divine silky, runny centre - the tones are like fondue or gruyere with a slight sharpness. Along with some Morcon Belotta - from the pigs neck - which had a paprika coating, and was sliced thin by the shop, before cryovac wrapping into 2 parcels - we ...
... directly above me all day and practically no shade ! After about 40 miles I stopped at a service station for a coke and some sweets ( sugar hit) and got talking to two Irish chaps who where on their way back from delivering bikes to Portugal. They asked where I was going and if I'd ever done anything like this before ., then they confirmed what is been thinking for a couple of weeks , I must be mad ! I arrived in Ciudad Rodrigo about 4 and booked into ...
... a word, that he was in a state of rapture about the size and quality of the cherry harvest this year. We had already bought some the day before and they were perfect, we ate the lot in one sitting and when there were only a few left we, divided out the remainder, one for you, one for me, so the greediest did not get the most. The villages are odd, and picturesque. The houses are made from stone and wood often jettied, three stories high, the streets narrow and cobbled and ...
... we pretended not to notice and it didn't seem to make any difference. The daughter wandered away, we thought out of sheer embarrassment, and then a car turned up, the daughter reappeared after a scream from the women, and peace returned. A horse went by, slightly lame, led by a women, a door opened and a Nun looked out. It was all going on, and I nearly fell asleep with all the excitement. The tourist Office never did open. When Gill checked her phrase book, after hammering ...
... too so it's not very beautiful and elegant but the atmosphere is mysterious here. There are some restaurants but I can't say they are very good because the menu is quite poor and if you wanna sit on the bench, you have to buy something. If you wanna buy souvenirs and/or postcards, don't care about it. You won't look for the tourists' shop - Alberca is full of them. I recommend you not to buy anything in the town centre ...