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... a great slab of meat was presented unceremoniously in front of me. Ughhhhhh! I'm contemplating turning vegetarian.
Friday afternoon saw us arrive in Salamanca, a university town for the past 700 years, and our hotel is located immediately opposite the two cathedrals. The first of the cathedrals was built in the early 1300s and when it proved too small, the larger one was built adjoining it in the 1500s. ...
... off the lunch and get our step count up for the day (Ian and I are participating in the Global Corporate Challenge) and we have really increased our daily steps this last week. We walked through part of the old town and along the promenade around the main beach - Playa de la Concha - which is where our hotel is situated. The views are stunning. We were so full from lunch we didn't have any dinner and got a good nights rest - ready for the hike up to Monte Urgull ...
At least the dinner served at La Posada was excellent. Entree was pasta with Choritzo in a Tomato pasata sauce followed by grilled Trout and chips with Yoghurt to finnish. Shared dinner with Anna, Marcel, Ian & Adam, the youth section of the Irish contingent, Nick & Helen from Sydney and Majukka from Finland.
Finally retired to bed at 10.00pm totally frustrated as I was unable to get ANY comms happening and unable to charge any of my comms devices ...
... that had intimidated us the night before and went in search for it. I hoped it was open so we could redeem ourselves. Not only was it open, but the food was amazing. We didn't bother with the prepared tapas on the table and went straight to ordering from the menu. We ordered the beef cheek, foie gras, and oxtail. All three were cooked perfectly, tender and juicy. It was our first time eating foie gras and I fear it set the bar too high. Happy and full, I was ready ...
... always seem to hear church bells, cow bells or birds.
The days are full and believe or not we have little time after showering, laundry, journal writing and dinner. We had our first pilgrim group dinner last night and will have another tonight.
After a mix up with our internet reservation we found accommodation at
the only other Casa Rural in town and ended up ...