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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-08-2021, 22:50 Thread Starter
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In the second week of our travels now after successful visits to Zaragoza,Andorra,Yaca,plus dodgy weather along the Atlantic coast so missed out and turned south to Palencia and now camped at Salamanca currently on a lovely rare site that we decided to use instead of aires etc. Weather since leaving Atlantic coast 30c but cold at night. Segovia next then Toledo soon.
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Hope it's not near this place at Salamanca Paul. https://hostel-la-ponderosa.business.site/

We booked on their website and from then on went downhill. Absolutely diabolical and should be demolished.
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I visited Toledo on my last trip and was so impressed. Lots to see. The Moorish influence is stunning. There's quite a bit of climbing!

I got a 'bracelet pass' from the tourist office which gave entry to a number of museums.
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Anyone enjoyed Andorra? We are planning a trip to Zaragoza in July/Aug time and hoping to see Andorra after there.
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Here are some of my hol. clips from there , gives you an idea of what the roads/scenery is like, all good. Sorry I am not feeling up to editing at the moment, just dragged a pile of photos and clips in, but you can just fast forward through it.

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Just watched these clips , so disappointed not to be going again this year.

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Left Segovia today on a wonderful site with breathtaking view of the cathedral and more. The Aquaduct was enormous and the whole visit to all the sites was great. Now by the river in Toledo and visiting the sights tomorrow.
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I visited Toledo on my last trip and was so impressed. Lots to see. The Moorish influence is stunning. There's quite a bit of climbing!

I got a 'bracelet pass' from the tourist office which gave entry to a number of museums.
Hi, Yes a lovely place to visit and like you say the moorish influence is stunning. In fact with the narrow streets abound it was very much like being in Morocco. Did you use the six escalators all in line after each other to get to the old town etc?

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Did you use the six escalators all in line after each other to get to the old town etc?
Yes I did - otherwise I'd be dead hahaha! But there was still climbing after that!
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