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Bnb secure internet - 4* hotel not secure - go figure.
We r in avila now in a supposed paradore! Very nice but has lost it originallity.
Leaving Cagliari, arrived at the airport lined up 4 baggage drp. Madrid is closed - panick - translation - flights 4 for madrid r not open yet!
CATTLE CLASSryanair. We couldn't understand the english, god knows how the none ...
... peaceful enclosed garden spaces. There were lots of cute little kittens sunning themselves at the entrance. MP= "That's because they don't believe in contraception"
We ate well there too. Simple hearty food but we got homemade empaņadas and the local biscuits. On the whole we're finding the Spanish fare much blander than what we expected. Eggs, cheese, potato and many varieties of pig. So ...
Let nothing disturb you
Let nothing frighten you
All things pass away
God never changes,
patience obtains all things,
he who has God
finds he lacks nothing
God alone suffices - St Teresa of Avila
It's very late, we're very sleepy, photos way to slow to download. Today it's all about Teresa so I'll let her take the lead. We are ...
... they wore no ear protection and no eye protection. That was just the infringements I saw in the first 2 minutes. But they looked happy and worked together as a team, with 4 people involved in the making of one single glass. Avila is a great little town with the best preserved medieval town wall. The sight to the old town inside the wall, or the new modern town outside was fabulous. Our Parador was inside the old town which made it easy to walk, just like all ...
... century buildings have we got in the UK?). But despite the fact that there are notice boards informing me that I'm here within opening hours, neither of these places is open. I'm beginning to wonder whether the economic difficulties in Spain have led to the closure of some of the less-visited historical sites. And talking of lack of visitors, what about the car park in Silos. It's not all that old and has room for about 200 cars and quite a few buses. But my car ...