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... in my life. Many will think I'm crazy, but I honestly believe Alyssa wanted me to walk the Camino. On Valentines day in 2012, a few weeks before my Central European trip, I stayed home from work & decided to watch a movie. A movie called The Way had kept popping up as a movie to rent for the last several days prior. While that had never happened before, I gave it little thought until I read the ...
... re-named the 'Not So Live Lounge'), and had some last drinks. Unfortunately I couldn't find some people to say good bye to, so I'll have to try again in the morning. I'm not as sad leaving this ship as I have on previous voyages. ^Following Britannia's emergency situation yesterday, all that can be said is that an emergency happened on Deck 10, in Zone 4. In Port Manning Personnel were not called, however the medical team ...
... and stay in style for a night
in a parador, or at least have a dinner in one of their fancy dining rooms.
From Siguenza it was a rather short drive through bucolic
landscape to Medinaceli, a hilltop village that regularly makes the lists of
most beautiful villages on Spain. Medinaceli is technically over the line in
Soria Province, one of Spain’s most sparsely populated, in the Castilla y Leon
region. There’s a new town in the valley along ...
... further along the road was the stunning medieval
castle above the town of Jadraque. I took the long trudge up the hill and
wandered around the castle’s perimeter while trying to stay at least a little
dry underneath the undersized umbrella I bought from a street vendor in Madrid
for four Euros. There really isn’t anything to see at the castle in terms of
exhibits; all you can do is be impressed by the fortification’s size and
... Planet guide I turned to what our generation knows best, Google. Within a flash of 0.02 seconds a blog written by some Pommy guy, Tom, was in front of me. In his 1974 Triumph Spitfire he and his mates drove from England down through France and did most of the little roads through the Parc National des Pyrenees, they're favourite by far: a day trip along the D918. Starting in Bagnerees-de-Bigorre the alpine climb heads up into La Mongie to Col du Tourmalet, ...