Northern Spain – Vultures, Paella and Gaudi

Siguenza Cathedral

It was still rather overcast and dreary as we drove out of Sigüenza through a rather dull landscape the colour of modern armies – buff, khaki, olive green and mule grey, all rather harsh with saw edged escarpments, limestone boulders rising through the earth like skeletal bones and just now and then some cultivated land close to the infrequent villages every few kilometres along the highway; it reminded me of the sheer immensity of La Mancha in such contrast to the topography of the United Kingdom.

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3 responses to “Northern Spain – Vultures, Paella and Gaudi

  1. So, paella was not good, was not it?

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  2. I mean: good:-) Correct please.

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