Rural Soterrana

Address: Real 75, Madronera, Province of Caceres, Extremadura, 10210, Spain | Hotel
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    Heavenly 30km - stunning country & history

    A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 12, 2015

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    ... lush green pastures, cows, a handful of dogs, sandy track, the sounds of crickets and insects, the sun on our shoulder, cork trees and for the first time I saw the acorns from the cork trees - means the pigs and cattle haven't been through there. This goes on for about 15kms - total heaven.

    Finally hit the bitumen road, so while it is still beautiful we now know we are getting closer to the Caparra Arch and the magical Roman digs. Running, almost literally, between stone ...


    A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 11, 2015

    17 photos

    ... pasture - views to the mountains - past an odd property with fences that look like they hold deer, have lookouts or bird hides (don't know which) have cameras facing onto the track - dunno - shrug - and perhaps undisclosed military - through a ton of gates, but simply stunning beautiful country. I say flat because while it seems that way, our Fitbits say we climb on average 100 floors a day. We'll take that because we got a badge each (those little scores for having ...

    Brain challenge day

    A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 10, 2015

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    ... also owned by the fellow who has the Albergue and bar at the 30km mark. May be a play by ear day.

    Back to today.........The Roman road was its normal rocky beautiful self. Love this road, requires some concentration but to walk history is inspiring. Quite a bit of construction going on with the building of the high speed rail, but check out the pic of a half built bridge to where? It goes over the partially built rail line, but there is no road in ...

    Cuacos de Yuste

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Sep 24, 2014

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    Another lazy start to the day but.......... John decided to investigate a noise in the front wheel and discovered that we had a C.V. joint problem. A trip to Madrid after all, but try to talk to someone first. Meanwhile Marilyn went to the vet, as the dog Tessa had a walking problem and seemed in considerable pain. We tried more calls and internet research and got nowhere so ...

    Monfragüe National Park

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Sep 23, 2014

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    Late relaxed brekkie. Again, so good to be with old friends in a real house! We were taken to Monfragüe National Park to watch vultures perched on the craggy hill tops, some taking off and soaring overhead. Did not see any black storks, which we assumed would be like jabirus back home, but we also saw herons and wild deer. The park itself had a peaceful and beautifully remote feel about it. Drove on ...