We drove out from Salamanca, stopping off at Hacienda Zorita (odd) and Ledesma (couldn't find a café!) on the way. We found a nice picnic spot by a river between Pereña and Masueco then drove out of Masueco on dirt roads and walked down to the Pozo de los Humos waterfall. Not a lot of water, restricted viewing angles and a long hot hike back up the hill. We thought we'd stop for a coffee in Masueco but found nowhere. It was a bit like that at the other little towns along the Duero route. They seemed rather drab and run down and the route does not follow the Duero at all - it is set well back and up in the hills. The only time we saw the Duero was when we drove down from Vilvestre. The boat landing area was deserted and the river was just a reservoir. We ground our way South, Saucelle, Lumbralles, La Redonda (a real waste of time detour) and overall it was a long and dispiriting trip. We so much preferred Las Batuecas, SW of Salamanca, particularly La Alberca.
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