Stroll down the hill from Puerta de Toledo and you can find the impressive and very decorative Toledo Bridge. This 180 metre long, nine arched structure, replaced two late 17th century wooden bridges, both destroyed by floods. It’s hard to … Continued
La Alberca in the region of Salamanca is a place full of history. In its dark narrow streets sit sloping timber buildings dating from the 14th century onwards. This picture postcard village in Spain was the first to be given … Continued
Why is this blog called Confused Heap of Facts?
“In a place in La Mancha whose name I cannot quite recall…” The wind whips through the narrow, quiet streets of Belmonte, a small hillside town in the flat plains of La Mancha in southeast Spain. The locals hang thick … Continued