Pedras da Rainha
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... seem to speak some English, but they are delighted when do don't have to - RESPECT! Yay Kate! Very warm welcomes and huge smiles seem to be the default attitude here. Although it's hot - about 30 degrees each day we were here - the city has thousands of trees and gorgeous shady squares where the temperature drops by 10 degrees and a refreshing breeze cools the happy flaneur at every turn ....oh joy and rapture ...
... so end of rush hour
and crazy Spanish drivers...we finally got to the train station and looked for
the Hertz rent a car drop which was a narrow path...finally parked the cars
soaked in sweat and handed in the keys. Pedro had to check the car for
dents and "thank goodness" he didnt find any.
I needed a walk so Rieko and I walked the narrow streets back to our flat took
about 35 ...
... town which is set on either side of the Rio Gilao, and has a hilltop castle, Roman bridge, and smattering of gothic churches. As soon as we got out of the car here, there was just this relaxed, quiet feel to the place that you couldn’t help but feel and let take over. I’m sure it would be a different story in the height of summer! Our first night, after walking around and checking out all the options, we were lucky to grab a table at a riverside Tapas ...
... elderly (79) English woman, who, it emerges, hails from South Shields, although she has not lived there for some 40 years.
She recommends a restaurant (Tirimasu) for lunch. We walk the two miles to the restaurant, only to find, it is closed on Mondays! Fortunately, there is another restaurant open a short distance along the road, so, all is not ...
... to visit Gordon and Kath, on the motor scooter, but, the weather is too poor for a 50 mile round trip. Instead, we walk to Lidl to buy Pizza for this evening, and get thoroughly soaked in the process, when the drizzle turns to driving rain.
We manage a Skype call to Gary, Gabriel and Susana in Aberbyjan, and a call to Charlotte to wish her happy birthday.
Not even a photograph to show!