Parador de Siguenza
Travel Blogs from Siguenza
So Daz and have ate and ate and ate and ohh tasted many different drinks. The dress I had for Jamie and Amanda's wedding well...don't think it will fit lol but will work on that later.
Saying goodbye was the downside to our trip and very emotional :-( but we did it and moved on to the airport without to many tears.... It was a very quiet flight to Germany but Daz's plans for river cruise would soon fix the doldrums.
... was the Valley of the Fallen where the 150m cross was constructed at the top of the Valley and then a cathedral was built into the granite hillside. It was huge and beautiful. Breathtaking in fact. You could see where the builders had cut away into the granite ceilings. There is a door at the back of the hill so the priests could go back to the monastery when ...
... Spanish idiom sounds as "lie-spreaders of the Court", but it is related with the verb mentar, "to say about someone", not mentir, "to lie", so it is more appropriately translated as "places of the City where people buzz about other people").The House of the Post Office was built by French Architect Jacques Marquet between ...
I finally got to go to a Spanish Mass and while I couldn't understand a word, I did follow the same Mass process. I picked up some fresh pastries from the bakery for breakfast. We had a big day today walking again. We started out at at noon and walked to the Prado Museum and visited the temporary El Greco collection. it aw quite interesting. We also saw the famous ...
... A slight detour was required to replace it and we abandoned the idea of a leisurely lunch admiring scenic views in favour of a Big Mac on a garage forecourt. Another first. Back on the road and hot on our heels was an impressive storm that hit shortly after we arrived at the Molino de Alcuneza near SigŁenza for our overnight stay. Off to Bilbao tomorrow in the meantime we are hoping for a slightly better meal than ...
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- Free parking