Balneario Banos de Fitero
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Sunday, a group of us went to visit the Palacio Real de Olite (aka: Royal Palace of Olite). It was a little over an hour away from Logrono and we spent the day exploring the castle, having a great potluck picnic lunch, getting ice cream, and just spending time with friends. The castle was beautiful. This building was a reconstruction of the original palace that was originally built under the reign of King Charles III, ...
... alcohol became illegal, they simply painted the whole thing black. The Govt said no... Take them down. But all of the Spanish loved these bulls so they were allowed to remain. (You may wish to check the validity of that story with Luisa) Also.... Story goes that an early ruler of Spain had a lisp. That's why the 'Z' is pronounced 'TH' (Luisa again) Daryl , loving your comments...not sure the rest of the bus is though.... 'I love Paris ...
... more hills. Little old rustic houses were clinging to the slopes and there were terraces of almond and olive trees in the valleys between the hills. We passed several beautiful hill top villages (Espadilla - Aranuel - were two). Then we suddenly came upon a hugh dam holding back the prettiest turquoise blue reservoir I'd ever seen.
At length what had been a decent ...
... and then went for a walk around the streets. Nothing much was open, sadly. Then back to the van to prepare corned beef hash for tea.
Settled down to watch a Gwyneth Paltrow film on the mobile DVD player after reading books and a few puzzles. As usual it went on strike half way through the film - must remember to charge the battery tomorrow! It'll be an early night again then. . .
Alfaro is known for the annual return and nesting of the 'Storks of Alfaro.' I didn't get to see any Storks though because the usually return the first weekend in February. I did see the huge nests ontop of the Collegiate Church of San Miguel, the biggest church in town.
An english teacher at the adult school was getting married in Alfaro that ...