Hosteria Del Monasterio De San Millan
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... a couple of others after another village who walked quite a way with us before we entered a village further on. They just follow the pilgrims and pats.
Twas aday of cute bugs; snails, slugs, beetles and the biggest earthworm I've ever seen. Around
10 inches but no pic I was trudging through the mud uphill! The rural country has deserted us as we left the last village and then took a steep climb back up into the mountains. Back to the trill ...
... The view from the guest house was stunning, peaceful and serene. The next morning we did a guided tour in Spanish of the Yuso monastery. The monastery spanned 14 centuries and was the place where the first Spanish and Basque writing was recorded. Lunch was in Najerra with its caves, cathedral and awfully small roads. Our final destination through kma of vineyards was Laguardia a walled village famous for wine and home to 300 underground ...
... San Millán lived. Perhaps Suso's major claim to fame is as the place where phrases in the Spanish and Basque languages were written for the first time. UNESCO acknowledges the property "as the birthplace of the modern written and spoken Spanish We saw the original scripts of the Gregorian chants that is kept here from a armlenght distance which was thrilling to say the ...
... this beautiful music at her wedding. So now I can't listen to it without thinking about Cait and the future and how I need to work hard now at establishing a lasting relationship and fond memories for the day she starts out on her own adventure. So today as I walk and listen to music (and secretly wish I could dance with some form of grace) I am having a string of little reunions and a smattering of projections into the future and I am being promoted to think ...
... have made me a little jumpy. As we were crossing under a bridge, a man passed by me very quickly, seemingly out of nowhere. A bit scared by his sudden appearance, I drowned out his "buen camino" greeting by shouting really loudly and jumping like I was avoiding a snake on the ground. Realizing what happened, Amber and I began silent laughing- the kind that makes your ab muscles hurt. It eventually burst into vocal laughter and the man turned back ...