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Gernika. A moving tale.Some 90 miles along the northern coast of Spain, not far from Bilbao, lies the little town of Guernica, or Gernika as it is known in Basque. The area was originally settled 15,000 years ago in the Palaeolithic period, as cave paintings in the nearby Santimamine caves testify. The area was isolated and the unique Basque language was gradually created. The abundance of fish and seafood meant ...
... and one out. She successfully obtained the ticket but, on attempting to return to the car, removed the door. This she tried to refix but, failing, tried to hand it to Adrian who, being the driver and heading a (by now lengthening) queue, wanted to get a move on away from the booth. So, holding the door aloft, they headed to the hard shoulder to repair matters. All this time, Andy was watching in the rear view mirror and commentating to Lin who was close ...
... 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 ...