I walked back from the wall viewpoint to the small shop by the statue of Alfonso VIII to ask the shopkeeper for directions to the town's other viewpoint. She directed me south down a small walkway on the other side of the City Hall arches. The street led me to a square which boasted a clock tower. From the cement plateau on which the clock tower sat, you could view the southern parts of the city - both east and west. At the south end of the plaza, there was an archaeological dig progressing. To the east, in the distance, you could see a mountain top where a statue of Christ stood. After admiring the views for awhile, I walked back to the foot bridge and thus to the Parador.