Travel Blogs from Navaluenga
... from Europe's dark ages, made the experience just that little bit special. We finished our day's exploring at around 5:30, and by 6:30 we returned to the room after spending an hour trying to find a supermarket selling cold drinks. We relaxed for an hour before dining at the Restaurant Sandoce in town. We shared tapas for our first course, followed by a crepe with vegetables and chicken stuffed inside, and then a cheese cake ...
... photos here either but I managed to get a few nice shots of the gardens and a sneaky pic of some of the tombs. The monastery is absolutely huge. I didn't get an aerial shot because I literally just visited the monastery and left the town, but I've posted a Google Image so you can see what I mean. It contains some of the most important artwork in Spain. It was very interesting for me to see the original of a copy I saw at the El Greco museum in Toledo: The Ecstasy of ...
Today we left for our Spanish road trip. We spent the morning packing and arranging items for the trip whilst we waited for Ruben to finish work. Jose prepared lunch for us of a traditional fish dish of a small fish that is prepared in vinegar, salt and herbs and cooked through a process of freezing and a reaction from the vinegar; usually eaten on bread. He had also found rice pasta especially for me and cooked a vegetarian pasta dish.
... the wall. The first stretch was 1.5kms up to the opposite side of the city. From there, a small hike outside of the city led to Quatro Posto, a famous lookout point. Most people are lazy and get a bus out there, but it was definitely worth the hike for me, the panoramic view was amazing. I also got to see lots of lizards on the way and it made me happy :) Back in the city, the layout was very confusing, with virtually none of the streets ...
... description to use as the selling point.
Anyway, we had a wonderful day. The two big highlights were the Hall of Battles, a ridiculously big room with giant murals of important battles, and the library, complete with a ceiling full of knowledge, 40,000 books shelved backwards, and an astrological instrument where all of the stars revolve around the earth! It was a really cool library.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking