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... muzzle, and to add to my woes all the external areas of the ship were frozen so dog owners (me included) were slithering about and falling and generally getting very stressed. The kennels themselves were awful and I felt myself welling up with tears because I really didn't want to leave her there.There must have been about 40 kennels in the area to which I was allocated. There were big metal cages on the floor for the large dogs and then the small dogs had to be lifted ...
... throughout the area. We visited the village of San Millan de la Cogolla where there are two monasteries dedicated to the hermit monk San Millan who lived, devoted his life to prayer in the hillside caves. Suso (meaning downwards) was built in the 11th century and has the tomb of San Millan. In the 13the century, and later rebuilt in the 16th and 18th century, another larger monastery Yuso (upwards) was built. The walk in ...
... to explore the town. It was deserted! We had the whole town to ourselves. In Haro, siesta is strictly observed. Shops open between 9.30am & 1.30pm, reopening from 4pm to 8pm. Restaurants open between 1.30pm & 3.30pm and 8.30pm to 11pm.
We woke up but it was still dark. Sunrise is 8am. The view from our bedroom window was delightful.
Today we went to ...
... Disappointing but will try another today.
The he cold wind has turned everything bitterly cold and the forecast of rain tomorrow. Hedley says when he was here last year it was snowing in Burgos where we will be in two days time. Feels like it could really snow now! Brrrr!
M & M turned up this arvo and are doing good. Was fab to see them and we all had dinner together. Top of the world day. Grateful.
Wine wine, and thankfully no
whining from Ella! Haro is somewhat the capital of the Wine Region
and a very pretty town itself, lot's of restoration of old buildings
which is nice to see. And best of all, lot's of Bodegas within biking
distance, so parked Doris up, got some ammo for Ella and off we went!
'Barrio del Estancia' is the HQ of wine. Quite a nifty story as it
developed from the French coming in search of ...
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