Hostal Rincon Del Jucar
Travel Blogs from Cuenca
... standing over three large roman arches. The middle arch is for vehicles to pass leading into Plaza Mayor, the home of the Cuenca Cathedral. The cathedral dates back to 1182-1270 and is apparently the first gothic style built in Spain because of the influence of Alfonso VIII's wife Eleanor of Aquitaine who introduced the Anglo-Norman style.
A lot of the newer buildings aren't that interesting but all the different colours make for a rather ...
... 11pm on wednesday night and immediately felt 'tranquila'. the taxi driver grew up here and said he can't remember the last time he heard or read about a crime being committed. can you imagine?
the town is basically separated into two parts...old and new. i stayed...obviously if you know me...in old town...which sits on top of the mountain. well, the entire town is amongst ...
... swayed and marched up the hill. A huge crowd marched along as the procession slowly made its way past. Flukishly we were sitting right in primo spot and filmed it all as we gazed in awe.
We followed this up with a meal at a special restaurant with a terrace hanging over one gorge. We ate stuffed squid over lobster sauce; hare and partridge paste; warm goat cheese salad; shoulder or baby lamb; Iberian pigs cheek with mushroom. All washed with a bottle of Cavas. Life is ...
... short sections of motorway-standard road already open, but there are much longer sections of partly-built motorway alongside (and combined with) the A-road. Work on the project has obviously been stopped for some time as some of the partly-constructed road is reverting to nature. It makes you wonder whether there'll ever be enough money to complete the work.
About half an hour further one are the towns of Baiza and Ubeda. Both are supposed to be worth a visit, but I reckon ...
That one isn't even funny, sorry guys. I'm fresh out of humor right now, I just used my last pun during dinner. There haven't even been any recent coincidences for me to excuse that horrible title with. Moving on.
On Friday during the wine excursion, my friend Chris and I decided that we wanted to go on a day trip on Saturday, so we ended up picking Cuenca. This town actually has a really ...
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