Hotel Tudanca Aranda
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... Not only are these mostly silken pieces exquisitely embroidered, they are also very Arabic in design and this poses a puzzle for historians. Why were Catholic Spanish monarchs buried in Islamic garb? We were unable to take photos but the textiles are worth a look online. Entry to the old city of Burgos is across bridge which happens to have on it right now an exhibition of Henry Moore sculptures. Our second stop was the cathedral of Burgos which ...
... architects and artists to Lerma and built a church here to consolidate his power and influence. We saw the church and some its treasures by special arrangement with the priest (code for 'money changed hands' - some things are still done the same way as they always have been in Spain). In the mid afternoon we visited Santo Domingo de Silos, a monastery described as the finest Romanesque monastery in Spain. ...
... road across rolling farmland until suddenly mountains rolled as we neared Sepulveda, which is set at the mouth of a gorge and the Parc Naturel de Duration. Sepulveda is a lovely hilly town with panoramic views over the gorge and countryside. We found our nice friendly hotel after some twists and turns and then set out to find lunch. The town was quiet but as ever there is a restaurant at hand (the Filka) and we tried the famed & delicious local lamb albeit ...
... me was super friendly though. She also runs a bakery /pastry shop right below where I bought some delicious things. Many of them were also there to pick with the free breakfast.
In the evening I walked up to a viewpoint, seeing most of the small village while doing so. It seemed like a sleepy town with old people mostly. The young people probably moved to cities.
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