Posada del Moro
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Overnight rain had filled the ditches and rivers, but the roads were dry so headed west away from the forecast rain but saw plenty of results of the heavy storms. The roads to the west proved entertaining with plenty of sweeping bends, twisty bits and wide open spaces. These led us to our Sunday stop over in the Hotel del ...
... it’s somewhat more luxurious than other castles with purely defensive purposes
because it was built somewhat later in the mid-1400s and was remodeled several
times and lived in by the Marques of Villena. In any event, except for the
construction crane towering above it (which I tried to avoid in as many photos
as possible) Belmonte is a perfect example of what a renaissance castle is
supposed to look like.
... in a small part of Spain we did not know much about, between Cartagena and Alicante, inland from Torrevieja. We approached it with some trepidation, particularly as the last few hundred yards was down a very bumpy farm track. However it turned out to be a very pleasant six pitch site with basic but adequate facilities. The others who were staying there were all long term overwinterers, regulars who come back ...
... damaged. That was problem 1. Problem 2 was that she 'broke' the shower. This may not be altogether her fault and may have been a hotel malfunction, Thirdly (and this may not turn out to be Val's fault at all) was that the immobiliser key for the Caterham has been lost. When we say lost, it has probably only been mislaid since they had it on arrival at the hotel but not on departure. A search of the laundry is now required. Don't ask! Luckily ...
... with them. We hope we get to see them again.
We had very nice home made breakfast yet again, and started driving towards Valencia. - This will conclude our big loop in Spain. On the way, we stopped at the town called Alcala del Jucar. It's a town built on the side of the towering river gorge. There were cave houses everywhere - both ruined and still in-use. Oh by the way, the temperature hit 38 degrees today around ...