Hotel El Valles
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... indeed. I returned outside to Susanne and Harold to find them talking nonstop in German. Harold was sharing his teaching techniques that are centered around clay and physical movement. He told me later that he used to be a banker before he became a teacher... Whole different life he lived... The forested areas of oak and Pune trees opened up into field of drying sunflowers and occasional cattle. Two or three towns we passed through before arriving in ...
... in looking like something dragged up from the bottom of the sea and I squeaked out an order for a coffee. My chest literally felt like it was full of icy air.
Rosa's husband arrived in about 20 minutes and drove me 7km out to their home in a village of only 28 people. Sometimes Rosa and Rafa have as many as 14 people to stay... half the village total!
The wind gusts continued for the rest of the day and night. Some other pilgrims who were ...
... road of the little brothers" Where are the huge flocks of sheep that I've read to expect? They are all in the mountains grazing for the summer and will come back in winter. Wednesday 24th & 24kms to Mansilla de las Mulas It's a piece of chocolate & a peach for breakfast. We left early to beat the heat as well as having a 17km stretch with no water (Rozzie) the next village being Reliegos. Apart from walking beside a fenced off section of Roman road, a train speeding ...
... is some kind of meat (fish, pork, steak, lamb) with french fries or some other kind of potato product. The dessert is ice cream or flan or maybe some kind of pudding or cake. Tonight I had chicken. Not bad. We shared a few bottles of wine, and eventually parted ways - australians back to their hotel and us out to see what was going on in Burgos that night. As we were leaving, a huge group of pilgrims were getting a last drink before they had to return to their albergue for the ...
... which the Basques met and formed their laws in democratic fashion .
In July 1936 Spain erupted in civil war. The Fascist troops quickly over-ran the south of Spain, but the Basque country and Catalonia showed strong resistance. Bilbao seemed untouchable. So on April 26 1936, 570 years after the founding of the town, German and Italian bombers, at the request of the fascist rebels, carried out 3 hours ...