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3. Calatnazor(= vultures nest) a crumbling half ruined fortress village. We walked up the steep narrow cobbled streets with overhanging Tudor-esque adobe and wood houses in various states of dilapidation, or in some cases, renovation. We looked down over a vast valley called the Valle de la Sangre (valley of blood) where in 1002 in an epic battle, the Muslim ruler Almanzor was defeated. So much ...
Bilbao centre is a mish-mash of roadworks and contraflow. Maybe they don't want us to leave. My TomTom was nearly in tears. Saw several cars/vans from the ferry more than once before I decided to just head east for a couple of miles and let it recalculate.
1700. Hells teeth, who ordered a tropical rainstorm? Several bikes parked ...
... herself. No really. And this is only day 1. What is going to happen next? After leaving the motorway (without mishap) at the toll booth, we embarked upon more interesting roads. Bald Eagle had incorporated part of a route we had used before - but in reverse, if you see what I mean. After a bit of N road, we headed of up a B road and passed through a village where there was a horse fair and, to be fair, most of the participants seemed to have had a fair few ...
... Then we saw Arcos de San Juan de Duerno. It's a pretty courtyard type thing attached to a small structure.The arcs are beautiful. After that we took a walk along this beautiful river. It is such a nice place to walk along and would be great to run along as well. We walked to the Ermita de San Saturio. It is basically a small church built into a cave/rocks. It is really ...
... statue of Don Quixote and Sancho. Don Quixote, fully titled The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha, is a Spanish novel by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra.....( I've got Internet...can you tell?) Our guide told us that after The Bible, this book is the most translated book in the world. So, in the marvellous Plaza Mayor, I went looking for a replica of the statue....you know, about 2 inches high.....anyway....My pronunciation of ...