Hotel Spa Villa de Mogarraz
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- Free parking
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... weather is continuing to be perfect with every day the clearest blue sky, although now much cooler at night in the high country - guessing about 12 overnight to a maximum 21
We visited the hikers destination village of Alberca - unique with its "Tudor" style houses of exposed blackened oak interlaced with rustic stone and brick - very photogenic; Many have stepped out first and second floors with wood and stone. We lunched in a rocky country ...
... foodie heaven. It was helped down with a crusty, still warm baguette.
We stopped in Rodrigo, just a short stroll from its Plaza Mayor where the Saturady market will reveal more treats. The market turned out to be a fizzer - cheap clothing and that sort of junk; but we did get 1/2 kg of lovely cherries for $1.60 at one ...
... past you whilst pointing and laughing. The biggest problem we faced however was that the Sat Nav somehow thought that the best route to Spain from Calais was via Paris instead of skirting the coast southwards. At 1am in a foreign country we were in no mood to argue with the Sat Nav, assuming that it would know best. It didn't. As a result we were sent 3 hours out of our way, creating a 17 hour drive rather than a 14 hour one...and a longer time spent on ...
... and focussing every step determined to not roll ankle as I'm not sure it can't take even one more roll over without doing a serious injury sufficient to stop me in my tracks! Light eventually breaks and we walk many kilometres on grassy/rocky/muddy/sandy/gravelly track on the top of the plateau as I watch every damned footstep on the left foot making sure I don't get my heel on anything that can roll under me. I can take rock but not roll! ...
... I love the sight of snow on the mountains! There are trees in the valley which must look awesome in autumn. The entire journey we are serenaded by the beautiful birds, though the whoot whoot was missing today and the sound of endless cowbells. I love the sound, but hate them tied to the cows. I wish the farmer would wear a bell for a month around his neck, 24/7, then he may see how mean it is.
At last we arrive in the village. It is very old and doesn't ...