Balneario Termas Pallares - Hotel Parque
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We said our goodbyes to Sue and drove out of Barcelona along the motor way towards Zaragoza. We had about 300 Kms to drive so we opted for the quickest route. After 200kms we decided to get off the motorway and see some more of the countryside. The only problems was so did most of the trucks who seemed to be avoiding the tolls. The country was quite barren and a wheat producing area. In the ...
... nice buffet breakfast was an additional 8 Euros,
something you don’t find much in a country where breakfast involves dipping
churros into chocolate or having a croissant with your mini cup of coffee.
The winds howled through night, and I woke up to a very cold
day with clearing skies but occasional snow flurries. I decided on a late start
to see the city, to relax, and to stay a second night since I was a little
ahead of ...
I was interested in seeing Molina de Aragon because of its spectacular looking castle complex on the hill above town, considered to be one of the most impressive castle ruins in Spain, one of many in the region that played an important part when the center of Spain was the contested border between the Christian kingdoms to the north and Arab-controlled southern regions. This is one of the places where you can really imagine Crusader-era ...
... there was only one room to see through the opened door and was even more basic than outside. A single foam mattress on a spring bed, a dirt floor and an old kitchen cupboard where he made his cheese was it. I felt I was meeting the equivalent of an old shearer from out west! I tried to explain how my family were farmers in Australia and found myself moo-ing and baa-ing and jumping around like a kangaroo to an old Pyrenees bachelor on the side of a mountain. Turns ...
The monasterio de piedras is like a hidden gem. When driving to get there, you go through a lot if dry land. Then you start going up curvy roads. When you get there , you really can't believe your eyes. It's this natural park where there used to be a monastery for monks to live.
We first went on a tour of the monastery. It was interesting to see how they lived and also that they separated certain monks from others, ...