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... not nearly as crowded as they were the day before when we were there. At 11:40, we were back on the coach and off to Zaragosa. The drive to Zaragosa took a bit longer than we thought it would so we were late for our "Linner"... We ended up having lunch at 4 instead of 3 after running into a little bit of traffic on the road, but everyone was fine because we made sure everyone had a big breakfast in the morning and ...
... usual on trips, we theorise about everything!
Today, the 24th is Johns 69th birthday; so we are heading off to see more lovely buildings and then onto a Michelin starred restaurant to celebrate. Sadly it will be our last night together. We head to Barcelona airport and they by train to san Sebastian.
So, farewell from Spain. On to Singapore for yet more food then home on Monday. Thanks to those dedicated blog followers for your appreciation
On Friday, we left Barcelona and headed for Madrid. On the way, we stopped in Lerida to visit their city's Castle and Cathedral. After walking up 400 steps, we made it to the top of high tower! Jimmy is standing next to the door – they were much shorter back then!
Just outside ...
Today we woke up in Mundaka and sadly had to leave. We packed up our things and hit the road. on the way we saw lots of castles on the top of hills and we stopped at a beautiful bright blue lake next to some mountains where we found some massive ants. Our next stop was at a monestery village on top of a hill, there was big ancient building and cobbled roads we could ...
... So on my return to the caravan site my worries changed to what was I going to do about breakfast if I couldn't get bread and milk. Then the gods clearly forgot about me because it turned out that in the middle of the ghastly housing estate there was a 'hidden' supermarket which I could walk to, so now I am all set up.
Tomorrow I drive further south towards Valencia and the weather forecast is looking better, which will be a great relief,