Hotel Milagros Rio Riaza
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Another day, another parador. This time it's a former Ducal Palace built between 1601 and 1617. Sadly the BigPond.com server does not seem to have a welcome here so if you have been emailing me I will not get it for a couple of days. Many of the sites we are visiting are pilgrim sites on the Camino de Santiago and we have seen various signs of this, Léon, for example, has various ways of signifying the ...
... plains, all the better to see would-be marauders. Key features are two monasteries and the dual Palace, now a fancy hotel. The Don had wanted to estblish another palace - monastery complex like El Escorial near Madrid, but the idea didnt endure beyond his lifetime.
We had coffee in the main square, the plaza mayor, enjoying the warmer airs of Castille and then gazed at the countryside from mirador formed from a set of arches that linked the two monasteries ...
... Spanish... poor guy. :-)
I had yummie tapas in a nice bar which showed basketball on TV as well, the Spanish were in the semi finals and won.
Friday 18 September
I visited Ermita de San Frutos cloister and canyon during the hottest hours of the day. It being 'only' 21 degrees Celsius (70F) I thought it would be doable but walking on that scorching bare earth it felt ...
... another section of 100k of mainly good roads to the town of Cuellar - identified by BE as being a potential lunch stop. On the way we slowed to go through a town with the first indication that all was not well being a bouncy castle blocking half the road. The second indication was another bouncy castle completely blocking the road! Diverted up a side road with no signs, the first couple of attempts resulted in U turns. Finally we met a young couple with a couple of small ...
... part of the city, which we also love, and in to the town square. Here there are bars surrounding the square and of course there is a real buzz to the place. Had the usual G and T's! It rained heavily last night so we went to a restaurant close to the hotel for our last night with Bruce and Di. They are going back to Barcelona tomorrow and then home while we continue on to ...