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hill partly surrounded by canyons. It makes some of the lists of most beautiful
villages in Spain. Naturally, the town has an impressive castle now used as a
parador (luxury hotel). The Wikipedia article on the town includes historical
population data. Alarcon now has around 150 residents, down from over 1,000 in
1960. Now that’s rural depopulation! And it shows in the nearly deserted nature
of the ...
... year. They showed us to our pitch (the only one available!) as Jill was out having her hair cut. When Jill returned she rushed over to introduce herself and produced a Sky box and cable and set up the TV for us, obviously the most important thing to her visitors. She then showed us round the site, demonstrating the washing machine (€2 a go), the very spacious shower room with loads of hot water and ...
... a spare. So following these mishaps, the day dawned sunny, if a tad fresh. 220 miles today so a bit of a slog. The road out of Soria was fast and straight although this soon gave way to more twisty climbing roads which, in turn gave way to steep climbs, plunges down into gorges before rising to fast sweeping runs across the sierras. Stunning scenery of rock cliffs overseen by soaring eagles, followed by deep chasms and then into pine forests ...
... 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 ...
Today we awoke to a hard rainfall, which continued most of our 5-hour drive from Granada to Alarcon near Cuenta. Ho Hum, just ANOTHER castle to sleep in, living like kings and queens! In the little town of Alarcon we are guests at the castle parador of Alarcon, "Marquis of Villena", which was buit as an Arab fortress during the 8th century, destroyed by Alfonso VIII in the 12th centruy, then later re-built ...