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... late start we only made it to Haro at 10pm. When we arrived, our hosts, Paula and Miguel, were waiting for us ready to go out. We dropped off our bags, got changed and drove into town. They wanted to show us around a bit. First we stopped with some of their friends on the main square for a drink. We also had some dinner. Then we went on to another bar, and after a drink there they weren't home. We stayed around there for ...
... van and I had a quick play with the Sat Nav (which had been upgraded to the latest version) and that seemed to work though I couldn't fathom out how to programme a destination that was in GPS co-ordinates instead of a post code. Later I took a bus into Southampton and had a nose around but was unimpressed. Perhaps it would have created a better impression had the weather been good but to me it seemed to lack character and the city centre was very quiet. I didn't stay long ...
... town of La Guardia was situated on the border of three counties and as such needed protection and defence, so it built tunnels weaving beneath its streets. The winery of La Fabulista is situated in a group of these tunnels and its entire production takes place 7 metres underground. La Fabulista still uses the traditional wine making methods and the grapes are pressed by stamping. Pity we missed this sight; it took ...
... set for a banquet for 53 guests. Unfortunately interior photos were forbidden.
The afternoon comprised a visit to Reina Sofia and then the Retiro Gardens. The Reina Sofia gallery houses 20th century art with the central masterpiece being Picasso's Guernica. Such a powerful political statement opposing war that still resonates today. It was fascinating to see ...
... to our hotel in Pamplona where our other luggage resides. That should lighten her pack, significantly, for the rest of our 2014 Camino. Next, we do not want to walk thru Burgos, which is a large city with lots of traffic and the Camino goes thru a lot of industrial areas. We figured the early pilgrims didn't walk in such conditions so, if we didn't either, it would not compromise the integrity of our Camino. So we plan to walk to ...
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