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The staff seemed understandably strict about not allowing non-guests to park at the Parador property, so we drove a short distance and found an underground municipal parking lot. Inexpensive, shady, and a short walk to the Parador -- perfect!
Even better, the elevator from the parking garage opens into a small city garden with a nice gazebo and interesting sculpture.
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There were multiple pull-offs along the road. Stopping for a short rest with views like this is always a treat.
|Looks like someone in a camper van had the right idea|
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We wandered there for some time, glad that hubby had spotted cars driving up the side of the giant hill, and that we had decided to check out where they were going. Afterwards, we continued on toward Tui, our next destination on the Portuguese border.