Travelling deeper into Castilla-La Mancha to Cuenca. This is Don Quixote country, and like him I am trying to revive chivalry! Rach can be my Sancho Panza as she generally just takes the piss.
One of the famous windmills of the area, the vastness of these empty plains are hard to capture on camera
Our hotel is another old convent, but despite the amazing view from our room of the gorge,
Really that's the view!
There is a bar but no pool! I'am reconsidering becoming a nun!
I thought all convent came with pools!
Cuenca is famous for its hanging houses or casa colgadas.
Unusually the cathedral was built on the site of a mosque, demolished in 1177 by Alphonso VIII when he re-conquered the area.