Hotel el Mirador de Ordiales
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... promised land. We will need to be on the Camino by 6 am to ensure our arrival before noon. Due to our condition, we are averaging 3 km
per hour. We are hoping that the hills will be less tomorrow and the Camino eases its relentless pace.
As for the food, it has been delicious every night. I know that I for sure have not lost any weight.
Please excuse any typing errors-sometimes the iPhone has a mind of its own.
... attention of Isabel and her sister, Pilar (the chef). The food was lovely, the rioja, divine. Later Pilar came out to chat to us. It was a wonderful afternoon - made more special because it felt like we had employed our own personal chef and help to dine at home. From experience, I have been unsuccessful procuring a table for dinner in restaurants of repute - I've had more luck making lunch reservations. ...
... out for two hours and came back having bought her car. No problem. But when Diana found out, oh my god hell broke lose! She was so jealous and so angry for seemingly no reason, she was screaming and crying - in front of her friends - whilst Nat was laughing so hard she was crying! After ten minutes of this (whilst I was trying to talk to mum on the phone) she grabbed her bag and stormed out the door to go car shopping. Nat’s new car is a lot prettier and ...
... pay to be older! The quiet green pathways and flowers were lovely.
It was a nice lazy way to enjoy our Sunday.
After our siesta we again walked on the Paseo del Prado. There was a lovely sidewalk cafe offering interesting tapas...so why not? It was a Tapas kind of day.
Fortunately all that walking help reduce the calories we were enjoying. Eating your way through Madrid can be hazardous to your waistline!
... more eyeliner than Johnny Depp in Pirates of the Caribbean. Speaks zero English - "okay" is beyond her grasp - but looooves to talk to me in rapid-fire Spanish that mostly consists of "estas nerviosa?" (I mean, I wasn't, but should I be..?), "quieres mas comida?", and bizarre grunts, like the uuuhhhhh sound she made when trying to describe to me what cerdo was.. for those of you non-Spaniards, cerdo is pork, but the grunt she made sounded a lot ...