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... n is a great place and the food looks terrific. This area is known as the Basque region and seems so different from the rest of Spain. It is up near the French border, so further North and hence much cooler. And it is quite mountainous around here, too. We walked up to a statue of Christ (quite a climb) and had a fabulous view of the city and surrounds. Then down in to ...
... a range of skin products called Esdor, using skin etc. from the grapes. Then went back in to Panafiel looking for another winery that the guys wanted to visit but everything seemed to be closed for Siesta and it was so hot we decided to go back to the castle for lunch. Had a restful afternoon which was sorely needed and decided on dinner at the castle ...
Drove on a motorway this morning and I have been struck by how similar the country looks to Australia. Lots of cropping on the first part of the trip and centre pivots. And some of the motorway was lined with Lavendar which looked gorgeous. We then got in to the vine growing area of Central Spain called Ribera Del Duero and I likened some of it to the area around Padthaway. We are staying in a castle called Real Castillo de Curiel for 2 nights - have just arrived ...
After 3 weeks of living in Valladolid, I can confidently say I finally know my to school! Yes, I take the same route every morning. And yes, Valladolid is a pretty small city. And I have several maps, but being that I am directionally challenged, and don't have the greatest attention span, getting around the city proved to be more of a challenge than I expected. I walk with a couple of classmates pretty much every day, and in the past tended ...
... architecture wasn't impressive. They did a cool skit to show us how they use to live back then. It was in Spanish of course. The day wasn't too impressive, so hopefully it will get better!
Last night at the Fiesta de San Juan, we saw a performance in front of the Aquaduct. It was kind of like a circus nolay and was really impressive. Then we went to Plaza Mayor to watch an outdoor rock ...