Hospederia El Fielato
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... the trees.Thank goodness for all that Kawasaki "Tupperware" in front of me. Fifteen minutes later and it's all sunshine again.
1845. Check in. Shower. Now look over the room. Impressed. Looks like good value.
2000. Walk down to the Duoro River. Not as grand as I'd expected, but maybe there's a water shortage. Certainly ...
... br> Meseta have led to major depopulation as young people have migrated to Madrid
and other cities for several generation leaving declining villages populated
mostly by elderly people.
The first village I stopped in was Hita, a walled town on a
hill with a few old Romanesque churches and a nice town square. It was still raining
steadily and cold enough I wondered if it might turn to snow. Needless to say,
I didn’t linger for long.
... Then we saw Arcos de San Juan de Duerno. It's a pretty courtyard type thing attached to a small structure.The arcs are beautiful. After that we took a walk along this beautiful river. It is such a nice place to walk along and would be great to run along as well. We walked to the Ermita de San Saturio. It is basically a small church built into a cave/rocks. It is really ...
... is the best one so far. I had vegetable stew, which was a lovely mixture of green beans, potato and asparagus. White wine today and the usual crusty fresh bread. From the lunch, we hurried to catch the Benedictine monks singing the midday office. There seem to be about twenty monks in the group who sing beautifully and read a lesson (in Spanish of course). At the conclusion of the liturgy, a shaft of sunlight breaks through a window and ...
... including me, chose a lamb dish, since lamb is a speciality of this region. Beer, is becoming a regular accompaniment to lunch each day. So much for my rigorous weight reduction programme! Back to Caluerega after lunch for a short rest and then we are met by Dominican, Fr Jesus Martin, who is a wealth of knowledge about Dominic. We are shown the crypt, wine cellar, fortified tower and the 16th century ...