Gran Hotel Las Rozas
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We are at the end of day 16 and halfway to Santiago. We are keeping to a fairly constant schedule: the stats for our second week are just a bit better than the first week's with an average of 21.65 km or 31,309 steps per day. We are getting stronger but we are also suffering a few pains from the constant movement - so different from our normal routines. Sandy has some foot bruising and I have developed a bunch ...
... A quick rest at the hotel and we were ready to go out again to the bullfight. Yes the bullfight! After all my comments and thoughts from the last couple of days...where did our sense of reasoning go!? (No negative personal comments please, I'm having enough trouble processing it on my own!)
Now god only knows what possessed us to want to go, actually I do know. We got so caught up in the hype and intrigue of it all - along with the history and ...
... were as narrow as the roads up but worth it for the views. The day was finished off with going out with friends Keith and Sue for a wonderful meal at Los Angelos a restarant in walking distance from our apartment. We finished the week off by visiting the local market in Garrucha After a very very difficult cycle due to high winds of up to 55 mph we decided to go to the square to watch live music. On Sunday we were invited to Garrucha sailing club, the wind was ...
... Since I was sailing the Niņa, I decided to leave 39 of my men including some slaves, to stay behind in a small settlement named La Navidad.
After 2 days that I left my men, the Pinta arrived to La Navidad and the ships were reunited.
10 days have passed, and we have arrived to Lisbon, Portugal. On March 4. After sailing a while we arrived to Spain and this is the end of my first voyage.
... of the road. Mum Scofield you would have only said steady once..... But it just would have been one continuous steady for the whole 12 days (kidding)!!! The boot of the car only managed to fit one of our packs so my pack and most of its contents was thrown over the back seat for most of the trip. We also discovered that Sim doesn't like the hand brake very much and prefers to "rely on the gears" when parking... It may have lead to a few discussions :-P Our first stop after ...