La Casa del Rector
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- Minbar in room
- Adjoining Rooms
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the state of its battery every time I use it, but as things turn out, it keeps going all day). It's now quite warm, about 27C again, as I start the last lap of today's journey to Ciudad Real.
Ciudad Real means Royal City. It seems to have got the name from having been founded by Alfonso X in the 13th century. Only a few buildings from that time remain as the place was flattened by an earthquake in 1755. These days, it's just a pleasant modern city of no ...
A long haul, but good road surfaces and little traffic meant plenty of time to sightsee even when moving at the speed limit. If you're into wind farms, they've gone for them on a grand scale.If windmills are your thing, a short run off the main drag is Consuegra. These are the giants tilted -at by Don ...
With storms still forecast for the east side of the country a change of plan took us west and out into the open interior. Still plenty of castles and fortified towns about although given the weather we did not stop to explore. Arrived at the hotel in good time so had a walk around the town. Not really much to see and the church was closed. The hotel had enclosed parking so the bike was parked inside along with the owners.
... Corral de Comedias. I thought I heard the same claim for
the theater by that same name when I was in Alcala de Henares, but I suspect it’s
more a matter of my understanding of Spanish not being all that strong. Almagro
has an attractive Plaza Mayor bound on two side by buildings with upper floors
whose miradors are painted in a harmonious dark green. The town also has
numerous attractive pedestrian streets of buildings painted mostly in ...
... will be in my heart forever even though we live in different countries.
The other day my friend told me, my story was a story of hope and at the time I wasn’t totally convinced. But now I am. See this as a message of hope. Be vulnerable enough to discover where God is calling you to walk and never forget that we are all walking on sacred ground together.
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