Hotel Villa de Ayerbe
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... St David's was the site where Treacle collapsed and I had to rush her to the vets, so I guess that helps stick the event in people's minds though I must admit to not remembering him.
Returning to the travels, I enjoyed the stay at Mendigorria which was a pretty site by a river and just below yet another hill top town. There was some good walking nearby and on one day I went off to investigate some Roman ruins. It was quite a long walk in the heat ...
... its a toss for the couch - this thing has double bunks! What the? Check out the pic of the Pyrenees from our apartment.
If you go straight up the freeway we could be in Barcelona in 3 hours....but what would we do there? ....so tomorrow we'll explore a little more west and South of here on the Spanish side of the mountains (can't take the car out of the country - France is about 40km away) and find digs in the mountains before heading on to Barcelona on ...
... and seen it in the film, 'The Way' but it is so much more beautiful 'in the flesh'.
By midday, the temperature had risen (it was still 72 degrees at 6.30pm) and the water intake rose too. I hadn't expected it to be this hot and when in Pamplona bought a pair of shorts which are going to come in handy over the next few days!
Am staying in a convent tonight. Bed, shower and DECENT WIFI, all for the price of 5 Euros. Can't be bad.
... momentous occasion. At around 9pm, barely halfway through the production, one of the few residents not in the audience rushes into the square and cries: "Dinner time!" Suddenly the whole audience gets up and goes home to eat, leaving the actors to finish the play alone in the square. Although Ejea de los Cabelleros-an hour north of Zaragoza in the Aragonese countryside-is much bigger and more sophisticated than this, ...
... Reina or Queen's Bridge.
You will see St Mary of the Meadows church which was named under the auspices of The Knights Templar (14th century).
Got in about 4pm and although not exhausted I was tired enough and my joints were killing me but hey for $28 euro I got a bed, a beer, a wine, an evening meal and breakfast and a reasonable night's sleep. Take care and remember....."Whatever you can do, or dream you can; begin it.Boldness has genius power and magic in it." Goethe