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The roads get busier and busier as the Raven heads south. And then as we approach Bayonne the whole thing comes to a shuddering halt. The queues seem to go on for miles. The Raven does his bit, weaving in and out of the lanes, but it's hard going. There are some occasional free stretches but there are massive queues to get into all the bottle-neck peage stations. Guy reaches Spain late in ...
... West Virginia. Lourdes (our trip leader) mentioned that the town is safe with nice(ish) people. I'm feeling a little nostalgic! I remember walking through Shepherdstown and enjoying the local restaurants, basically what we did here in Valladolid today. It was very nice to see this town!
Now, it is time to hop back on the bus and drive another couple of hours. Next time we post, we will be in Santander!
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Whilst checking out, I said to Lucy, let's ask if they have a pilgrims price for when we do this route. So I did and was told that the price we had was pilgrims price, but at £95 per night, it was a little bit higher than ...
... We had a special kind of lamb that is only served in a few parts of the country. It is a baby lamb only 15 days old and that has only ever had its mother's milk. The meal was delicious. The most tender meat I have ever tasted.
After the meal we visited a plaza that used to be used for bulls before bullfighting arenas became popular. They had really skinny doorways that people could squeeze into so that the bulls couldn't get to them. From there ...
... water. To top them off, she sprinkled dried parsley and added a bay leaf for flavor. In all it only takes about 5 minutes…and it was delicious.
Tortilla de Patata (Potato Omelette)
She cooks cut up cubes of potatoes in a frying pan with olive oil, finely cut onion, and one small clove of garlic. Once the potatoes are tender, she drains the olive oil and adds beat up eggs. She uses ...