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... walked down the edge of the Solent, through a nature reserve and back to the caravan site. I had a plan to tire Treacle out so that she would cope with 30 hours in a kennel on the ferry, so that day we walked for over 5 hours. I was exhausted but she was still very lively.
Despite all my fears, getting on the ferry was easy, though I was almost the last vehicle to be let on. Once on board I had to muzzle Treacle and then stagger the length of the car deck and ...
... weeks ago.
Ysios, is the antithesis: modern, pretentious, owned by multinational Pernod Ricard. You cannot even visit the bodegas unless you are booked on a tour.
We have been sampling the local food, from tapas to high cuisine.
Definitely the 'stand-out' was the Michelin starred restaurant at Marques du Riscal where we enjoyed a magnificent 13 course degustation menu. The meal's theme was a tribute to ...
... in preparation for the actual painting and how these realistic sketches were gradually abstracted in the final mural. Finally we took a casual stroll through the picturesque Retiro gardens, time to enjoy the sunshine and a late lunch.
Tuesday posed the challenge of leaving Plaza Mayor by 9am, catching a taxi to the Madrid Hertz, negotiating Madrid traffic chaos and ...
... playing in distance while we were looking for our museum, to do some wine tasting in local bars - is cheap anyway (bodegas all charged a fee too) and we could sit and listen to music. Square packed by this time (2pm) but we did manage to get table with good view of passing crowds and bandstand. Ordered our first round of drinks - from waiter who remembered us from the night before - we had given him a good tip so we got good service. Drinks arrived - ...
... doing camino with caravan!! Nice leisurely walk thru lovely countryside ending up in Hotel San Anton Abad which at 70E for the night is most expensive so far. BUT a really nice place and room with BATH!! Even the pilgrims menu at 12E looks great. Can't wait to try it out. First course was potatoes with chorizo which turned out to be a thick soup with potatoes and ...