Hotel Du Parc
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... raised and only 100 or so finally made it to Zaragoza. It was of course an empty victory for the Republic, a huge loss of life to gain control of a town which really had no tactical significance.
Towards the end of the war, when Franco was advancing rapidly and the republicans were on the retreat, German bombers dropped four 500 kilo bombs on the town, which just about finished it off. The battles had left 3,000 dead ...
... to a meal that evening at a vegetarian restaurant (which we were decidedly surprised to find; Mister Kitty had been confined to pizza all the way through France) which was absolutely fantastic. If you're ever in Hondarribia (I know it's unlikely), try El Curry Verde - their pad thai was one of the best I've ever had.
We were sad to leave after comparatively little time there, btu from what we gather this entire coast is very similar, so we've got some exploring to do!
... People are much friendlier here. I like it.
We arrived at the hotel around 7 pm. It is in Spain. The rooms are small but it's nice. Laurie is freaking out because they rooms do not have air. Not much around here but there is a nice sitting area in the hotel. We ate dinner here and enjoyed a glass of wine. Much cheaper.
Early to bed tonight! I'm so excited!!
Ps - My French is getting better. Just in time to move to Spain. Buenas ...
... complete with trailer of course!
We both emerge into the pouring rain to unhitch the trailer, push it out of the way, so, I can turn the van around in what seems like a ten point turn. Then re-hitch the trailer, and drive back to the point where we went wrong.
There follows nine miles in torrential rain, along narrow roads through the forest.
Kathleen is elated, when, eventually, we emerge onto a road ...
... overlooked the garden. There was still part of the moat along one side of the property and access around the old wall of the castle.
For dinner we walked about a kilometre up a long driveway in the next paddock to La Ferme Lizarraga (the 'Farm House’) which is owned by the brother of the Count (!). We had a lovely dinner, tasting the local seafood and delicacies- we are definitely turning into ‘foodies’!
Another wonderful ...
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