Parador de Ciudad Rodrigo
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... 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 ...
... twenty feet long, and at least one gate has a smaller tunnel alongside for foot traffic. Later in the afternoon we came back for a good look around the town itself, which is full of houses with what is called here, ‘Plateresque Architecture’, named after the sort of raised patterns a silversmith makes, and what we would call Renaissance. There are many splendid houses, the warm stonework and carved decorations, especially coats of arms, were very striking in ...
... mountains. There is absolutely nothing like it, an uncultivated and huge, semi-wild landscape. I took a photo, but this does little to convey the sense of space.
More successful was the visit to Carrefours to buy Sea Bream (Dorado) for tonights meal, and Langustines - huge and cheap, for paella, and fresh tuna steaks - they had most of the rear of a tuna in the display, more than a foot across, with the tail still on. And, importantly, the holiday having reached this stage, my ...
... 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 ...
So, I decided to spend 7 days in Spain. Actually, I visited Madrid and Salamanca about 9 months ago but, I didn't really like Madrid. It's too polluted for me, that's why I booked a hotel near Salamanca, in La Alberca. La Alberca is very small town and its population is about 1500 people. The atmosphere in Alberca is very nice but it's too small to stay here for the whole week so I will visit Salamanca and other towns in Castille-Leon. Feel free to contact ...