Hospederia del Santuario Pena de Francia
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... on reediting the courses and have gotten things going. And that's exactly what we want to hear.
Time not spent in meetings is not wasted. Around the tables at mealtimes, over coffee in the afternoon, on walks through the hillsides the directors get to know each other and ask more in depth questions about the ministry.
Bringing people together to encourage each other is what these conferences are all about...Rain or shine.
... After a quick look, we traveled on to our destination over small country roads.
The village of Casas de Monleon has about 15 houses, most of which are summer vacation homes. It is also the home of Gil and Carolyn Vargas, the ECS Spanish Language Coordinator and Southern Europe Director.
These brave people offered to host the Spanish language and European Directors' conferenceshere. Several of their ...
... great signage, well maintained trails and stunning mountain country all help. The clamshell Camino de Santiago sign is omnipresent in rural areas - especially when the town has some, relic in its church; come to think of it, every church has lots one or many relics. There would be enough splinters of The Cross around the world to make a truckload of crosses and enough bits of certain saints to make them a 30 foot giant - gee its' fun being a cynic
... foodie heaven. It was helped down with a crusty, still warm baguette.
We stopped in Rodrigo, just a short stroll from its Plaza Mayor where the Saturady market will reveal more treats. The market turned out to be a fizzer - cheap clothing and that sort of junk; but we did get 1/2 kg of lovely cherries for $1.60 at one ...
... thing left to do was to do a tapas/sangria/beer tour. Jo, Jo, Dylan and I decided we would see what Salamanca had to offer in the way of bars. First stop was a local bar where you could get a beer and one tapa each for 2 Euro. Tapas are small dishes with food you can share, often olives or small pieces of meat. I haven't been too thrilled with tapas to be honest. We have had a few nice ones, but I would be quite happy with some ...