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... to heal your foot pain if you soak them in it. Of course I couldn't resist. We'll see if it ends up curing my ills! It was a nice rest. I was there for over a half hour and not a single person came while I was there until the very end. The tall smiley guy emerged and was sad about the albergue being closed. We were both looking forward to having a cafe con leche... :( Oh well, continue on! The next stop was Hontanas, the place I ...
... herself. No really. And this is only day 1. What is going to happen next? After leaving the motorway (without mishap) at the toll booth, we embarked upon more interesting roads. Bald Eagle had incorporated part of a route we had used before - but in reverse, if you see what I mean. After a bit of N road, we headed of up a B road and passed through a village where there was a horse fair and, to be fair, most of the participants seemed to have had a fair few ...
... was for the habitants. After that we had lunch in this restaurant. Imagine a group of 40 people getting served at once. Good thing we ordered before hand. I got to know some of my classmates a bit more. After lunch we went to Soria. It is a small enough place but still has its unique charm. We saw the Iglesia de Santo Domingo there. The outside was much nicer than the ...
Great nights sleep. You will all be thrilled to know that the soccer game in the courtyard finished up about 11.30pm.... Formidable breakfast .... Toast , croissants , cereal, fruit, bacon, eggs, yogurt.... And I did have most of that. On the bus at 8.15am for the 4 hour drive Madrid. Passing through what looks like very poor farming land. Old abandoned stone buildings. And old olive groves. Stopped for a break. Parked beside a Spanish Police ...
Miguel and Zulema picked us up at 11am and showed us around. Lots of dutch ovens-must like BBQ's here-and beautiful mountains. Went up one and found saw 9 of Miguels wild horses(they don't often appear). Robyn even got to pat one-just amazing. Miguel feeds them bread then salt. A few were in foal. Next to their local hermitage(church) then down to the pub for some pigs face. Very ...