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Aaron and I duck down to a nearby supermarket and grab some supplies for the next few meals. We kindly cook dinner for John and jenny and we all sit down and have a nice meal in. We sit around the table, chatting and enjoying a meal together whilst tucking into the snacks and dessert afterwards. We all have a restful and quiet night, knowing that we have no alarm to set for the morning with a much needed restful day ahead of us.
... 8217;s architecture and art. It’s about a 2km walk on a slight incline so it was leg burner in disguise. We stop in at a small supermarket we see and pick up some fresh fruit, bread rolls and ham that we can all eat for lunch.
We get to the park and stroll around for a bit. We sit down and people watch before we realise we have to head back to meet John and Jenny at our meeting point at 2:30pm. The time went so fast as the walk was so long to ...
... the name of the pena, then a truck with people in the back and tons of alcohol. The procession that continued was loads of very drunk people singing, with their own marching bands. Many of the people were dressed up in crazy costumes, and if they weren’t they were wearing their matching pena shirts.
After the parade we found this farmers market type place all along a street near the river, full of delicious food, desserts, wine (of course), jewelry, and various ...
Found a great little hostel, with a bar underneath and a band playing some classical jazz.
It was in a funny little area, down loads of tiny side streets, it really was like a maze.
Got there and checked in, the guy behind the desk asked me where I was from, we got talking about Estonia and the other two, he really wants to go there, gave him what little knowledge I have, ...
... 2* in Spain is pretty bleak. At least we have an en suite.
An email home and a shower before off for a bit of lunch. Just grabbed a pop and a croissant [ham and cheese surprise in the middle] for lunch [5E], sitting by the Our Lady of the Pilar Basilica, an imposing sight. Raindrops chased us under cover. The pigeons are pretty brazen, visiting even before you leave.
A pilgrimage site, the basilica was free but d/n allow photos. Why is it that locals ...