Hotel Torico Plaza
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Day 4 (60km) - After a lovely breakfast at the hotel Romanca with, surprise surprise, omelette and orange juice (a recurring theme?) we set off in slightly miserable conditions. Our first port of call was the supermarket, as we were told that there wouldn't be many places, if any, to stop for lunch. After picking up some mini baguettes, fillings, crisps and much lusted after confectionary we were on our ...
... wife relaxed in the shade of the village bar - huevos revoltos, jambon y quesa :washed down with the Ambar nectar.
Then on the 30 miles to Teruel on the great N420 sweeping turns all the way with Trumpy at the 5 mark for steady 80 mostly with tappets (small taps in back) when judged too far over into the FAB curves. Straight stretches through the Aragon highlands at 90, deserted road, steady six inches from centerline. This is ...
Slipping into Spain time sooooo quickly, we got down to breakfast at 9am - and what a beauty! jamon, cheese, hardboiled eggs, fresh tomato puree, tasty sausage, bacon, eggs, pain chocolat and other pastries, etc, etc. This hotel was tops - and so cheap.
After that, we walked up the hill to the cathedral / museum which turned out to be a marvel. Everything was terribly old - intricately carved choir wooden pews, ...
... The time arrived and I asked but was a bit sceptical as the sign seemed to say that you need to be on a tour. Yea you did need to take the city tour - which implied more money, more climbing and listening to great details ( in spanish ) about things I didn't need to know.
End result a contemplative sit on a high wall overlooking the valley. Not all bad. Ps Pat missed out on the beer as they seemed to close for there late midday break just as he walked ...
Lots of *vuelta* -- returns (or loops) --
First, we managed to find our way to a turn on La Vuelta, the Spanish bike tour, equivalent to the Tour de France, in Mora de Rubielos. (Don't be fooled, there's also a town called Rubielos de Mora a few kilometers away.) We arrived about 30 minutes before the action. A small crowd had already gathered. Soon the advance cars, police, and helicopters arrived. And then the bikers! They certainly don't care where you are ...