Alqueria de Segovia
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... has always produced an excellent outcome from my point of view. Interestingly, the whites have all been verdejo while the reds have varied according to region. The first restaurant had a red that was a blend of Petit Verdot, Tempranillo and Grenache. Delicious. We have tried the Manciles brand of rjocca. We have been through the Toro region where you just ask for a glass of Toro - which I believe is Tempranillo - and, for just ...
... at Notre Dame. We have been stamped at the cathedral. The women stamping us looks totally bored with the process. How many stamps has she stamped??
We went to Mass in a small chapel.
At dinner we are given route for walk and feet care pep talk - it's all about the feet and the water. We have checkpoints as we can walk at own pace and on our own when we wish.
Happy walking and blessings to ...
... room, not only that but it was the same room as I had shared with Catherine, Mary and Josef last year! I claimed my old bed in the middle, Eoin slept in Mary's old bed and Marco in Catherine's. The window shutter still does not close but I am leaving it alone this year as I nearly fell out the window fixing it last year. So we start walking tomorrow. We are going to try and make the 38km to Hospital de Orbigo as I did last year but by this stage I ...
... for Carolina. Andres discovered I could blow up "globos" (balloons) quickly and effectively, and that they made a hilarious noise when you let them go (I of course had nothing to do with this ;). Needless to say, the balloons were a great source of entertainment and laughter, and although I am not Colt, they were content. :) Tomorrow we are going to Segovia! I hope to get lots of pictures and share some with y'all! :) Blessed, ...
... they are.
After a light lunch all together in a pastelaria, we see them off on the bus to the station.
On the way home we stop by the Didactic Centre of the Jewish Quarter. The building was the home of a prominent Jew prior to the expulsion in 1492. It’s a very small museum, but quite interesting.
We relax on the small grassy park beside our residence. Plaza de la Merced. There is a huge stork’s nest on top ...