Hotel Villa de Pinto
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Continental Breakfast
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... were clean and were shaded by lots of trees. People were out walking their dogs, kids and selves, stopped for chats with each other, as well as shopping at the small markets and shops that were generously positioned in and among the apartment buildings. We walked into a small grocery store that was one of the nicest we have seen anywhere. The produce was beautiful, fresh and varied, the wide range of freah meats and fish were presented beautifully and shoppers were instructing ...
... Look up the vaulted ceiling) El greco paintings are everywhere. Of jesus and each disciple. Titian was his teacher. You can see he begins to use bright colour after he returned from Italy. Goya is here! It takes me by surprise that I get emotional seeing these works of the most famous spanish painters. I studied art history at school. Back then, I sat and watched slide after slide of famous artwork, thinking how will I use this ...
... to the fortified city of Segovia and spent the rest of the day walking through the quaint medieval streets from the ancient aqueduct to the magnificent Alcazar, one of the inspirations to Walt Disney's Cinderella castle. Tonight we find our own dinner and tomorrow we are on the road again on our way to Toledo and ...
... Highways and Motorways seem so much more superior to ours, and I am really amazed after what I have read in our newspapers about these apparently inept countries infrastructure.
We reached Zaragoza about midday and had 2 hours free to explore and have lunch. I had a buffet meal, which was terrific and only cost 14 euro including my beer. You could eat as much as one wants and there were many people there.
Zaragoza is the capital of the Province ...
... corner from us that was said to make the best churos and chocolate in all of Spain. Being our last night, we decided that we'd better pop in to see for ourselves. It was nearly midnight but it was our last chance! Churos are like donuts that are shaped like a sausage but if you look at them from the end they aren't round they are more like a star. They're served with warm, liquid chocolate for you to dip them in and enjoy. I don't think I've tried them before so I don't have anything ...