The first picture shows some houses or apartments in the center of La Alberca that are covered in flowers. The second photo shows a carving on the front of a house that was used during the Spanish Inquisition.
Our tour guide showed us a church that seemed to have tombstones in the floor. Then we had freetime to explore the village on our own. I bought a package of almonds that were covered in a glaze. They were good, but they melted in the sun. Almonds are a traditional food in Spain. I ate them mixed with spinach. Also I drank almond milk and had turon which is a tradition dessert made from almonds.
There were South Americans selling sweaters and other hand made items in La Alberca. I think they were from Peru or somewhere in the Andees. I was surprised to see Peruvians in Spain.