Parador de Siguenza
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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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Palazuelos lies about 7 kilometers from SigŁenza, in the road which goes to Atienza. It has a walled perimeter of more than 2 kilometers of circunference which is only slighty broken from NW-N, near where the castle stands. Three tall square towers house the main gates of the villa, two E and one open to the W, but also two small doors ( …
Our flight was delayed about 15 minutes out of Amsterdam due to a breakdown in some ground equipment. Jim had an interesting conversation with a British couple who were on their way to Madrid for their summer holiday. They were very interested in getting some "inside" scoop on several concerns they had with the direction of America in recent years and what was the likelihood of change in direction with ...
... and density of 4.5 per square kilometer (about 13 per
square mile). That’s similar to farm counties in states like Iowa. I was
fortunate to have a brief respite from the rain to wander around the town in
the morning. There are not many significant sights, just a really nice old
city. I suppose a long time ago in the Middles Ages and maybe well into the 19th
and 20th centuries, a place like Siguenza would have been crowded
and bustling ...
... further along the road was the stunning medieval
castle above the town of Jadraque. I took the long trudge up the hill and
wandered around the castle’s perimeter while trying to stay at least a little
dry underneath the undersized umbrella I bought from a street vendor in Madrid
for four Euros. There really isn’t anything to see at the castle in terms of
exhibits; all you can do is be impressed by the fortification’s size and
... 14th- today marked 4 years since Pito proposed to me at Charlesworth Bay, what a way to inadvertently celebrate. We were, and are, very lucky. Gastronomically and visually full it was time to complete the last stage of the D918 past Col D'Aubisque and out the other side to Spain. Only a few hundred metres down the road we could see yet another beautiful view with cyclists stopping to take a picture. Thinking we should stop to experience it I noticed an elderly ...