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... I could bore you with the reasons but I won't! The afternoon got hot but eh roads were fun and, in the main, smooth, so we made good progress with tiredness being the only problem. A ducal palace provided our bed for the night and, unusually, we decided to eat in the hotel and had an excellent meal. Tomorrow is a 3.5 hour drive to Santander and our 'mini cruise' home. Don't worry, if you are still reading this nonsense, then it is nearly over. If you are not, then it doesn't really ...
... n is a great place and the food looks terrific. This area is known as the Basque region and seems so different from the rest of Spain. It is up near the French border, so further North and hence much cooler. And it is quite mountainous around here, too. We walked up to a statue of Christ (quite a climb) and had a fabulous view of the city and surrounds. Then down in to ...
Another hot day, today - about 36, 37 degrees. Visited a winery called Emina this morning (founder is Carlos Moro from the Matarromera group) which is very near a sweet little village called San Bernardo and went on a tour which was so interesting as our guide spoke English. A third of their revenue is spent on research and development and they have ...
... looks interesting. Now almost midnight and we have just finished a wonderful dinner eating in. The staff are fantastic - cannot do enough for us, even though very little English is spoken. The waiter took 3 photos of us tonight and all were blurred and we had a great conversation with him and another guy even though we really couldn't understand each other. This is one of the joys of traveling and I really mean it. Looking forward to another interesting day ...
Gumiel is the small village where Dominic was taken to study and where he lived with his uncle. We see the house, now restored and the nearby church. At Silos, we visit the Benedictine Monastery, where the highlight is the beautiful cloisters, containing eleventh century Romanesque stone carvings. Here it is said that Jane of Aza came to pray at the tomb of Santa Domingo de Silos. Her son, Dominic de Guzman is probably named after him. Lunch in ...