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... bar. We got chatting to a Scottish couple who have taken five months out to do this trip. The woman has had to give up her job (think she wanted to anyway) and the guy has managed to wangle it off work (works in the fire service). They told us to be aware of the local poisonous caterpillars so Sue and I keep checking our drinks now! OK going to find a free wi-fi spot by the café and upload this lot then it’s back the camper for some cheese and biscuits and a glass of port. Adios ...
... and decides to aim for Palencia as a stopping point. The roads are less full and so the Raven opens up to cruise at a pretty decent speed. The hotel in Palencia is unpretentiously comfortable with a very scary underground garage. The Raven whimpers a bit as Guy abandons him for the night in the dungeon. A simple supper in a tapas bar and an early night... very early by Spanish ...
... was a service taking place !!! As we moved up, I read that after it stopped being a monastery, it was used for stables before becoming a prisoner of war camp during the Spanish revolution !!! Eventually we came to the expensive suites. Franco use to have a room here, and once he died and the King and Queen returned, this was now their room whenever they are in Leon. I did ask for a look but was told, NO !!!
... found out that they had a wonderful weekend planned for us!
We started out by visiting a local winery. We had a tour of the whole place and saw everything from where the wine was stored in barrels to the place where it was bottled... and at the end we had a wine tasting!
After that, we drove to a nearby village where we had a fabulous meal in a bodega. The restaurant was underground so even though it was really hot outside, it was very ...
... they can attempt them.
Fish over white wine (our lunch today)
In a frying pan, you pour a little bit of olive oil (enough to cover the bottom) and add finely sliced onion. You slowly cook the onion and add some shredded carrots. The fish fillets are placed in the pan next with the skin side up. After a couple minutes of cooking, you flip the fish and add white wine with a little ...