Hostal Rincon Del Jucar
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It took us 14 days but finally Veronica and I outsmarted the men. Since Albacete is known for knife making we decided to spend the morning there with the objective of buying some knifes, we cannot even take the credit for finding the town, Ben read about it. We left the hotel at 9 am with no breakfast and no coffee, and you could hear a pin drop as we each went through the process of waking up. About an hour out of town we stopped at Barrax for breakfast, here ...
... cap like blinkers since I have fear of heights! My daughters will be proud of me that I made it over.
There are two approaches to Cuenca: one can actually drive all the way up into the old city and walk down to the hanging houses, or do it the way we did, from below, giving one a better view.
One of the houses has been transformed into a Museum of Spanish Abstract Art, but we decided to give it a miss. Judy and Herb went off exploring ...
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The tasting menu consisted
... Hanging Houses) are the only remaining samples of this type of house built on a cliff face overhanging the abyss. At about 9 PM we went to Plaza Mayor and ordered a plate of Tapas (5 different sorts) and a bottle of Rioja. When the waitress brought the tapas she lit a flame thrower and singed the Tapas covered with goats cheese and caramelised onion. It only got better from there. They were all yummy! The whole lot set us back 17.50 Euro. Ole Espana!
... thankfully she answers. Phew! We tell her our sad tale and she gives us instructions how to get to her restaurant so she can give us the key to the mail box.
Key in hand, we drive back to Labastida. We are doubtful if we will find anything as the house was thoroughly checked before departure.
“I’ll go in to see if I can find it.”
It can’t see it anywhere. I check the bedroom, the kitchen, the terrace and the ...
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