Posada de la Luna
Travel Blogs from Huesca
Due to the unexpected 20km national park trail, I had about 3-4 extra hours to kill before heading over to my final destination for the day, Zaragoza, and it was also that time of the day when European take their lunch, 2 pm.
......to be continued
... I'm sure there aren't too many people that lives here anyway, at most probably 100). I walked around the town within 15 minutes, one interesting thing is that, out of all 4 of the towns that I've passed by, all of them have a playground for kids (both soccer and basketball) and a church. I didn't know that Spanish people are "that" religious ...
This was not a very eventful visit. I drove about 1:25 hour to get to the location but after a 15 minute hike, I came up to a head of the trail, which stated the following information
Trail Number: S5/PR-HU 164
Suggested Tempo: 8-9 hours
Distance: 20,000 meters
Change in Elevation: 1,300 meters
I was like....OMG, why is the only trail here a 20km trail. I end up taking some pictures around the area, but would have been nice if I was able to hike ...
... of the 'Torres Gran Muralles' vineyards, which follow the curves of the monastery walls. The buildings, including the newly designed hotel block are simple and plain, but beautiful, which I suppose is to echo the Cistersian ethic. We have a good meal, and a comfortable night's sleep in a spacious room with a polished wooden floor, but no TV ( which we do not miss, anyway) awaking next morning to birdsong, blue skies and a beautiful view across ...
On the way up to the mountains, I went with Ana (Antonio's sister) to a small village called Alquezar. It is really pretty and has a small castle. We stopped and spent a bit of time walking around and seeing the church and castle. Apparently its a touristic spot in the better seasons. I went into the castle area and this lady decided to explain some of the history to me. I ...
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