La Reserva de San Leonardo
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... is the best one so far. I had vegetable stew, which was a lovely mixture of green beans, potato and asparagus. White wine today and the usual crusty fresh bread. From the lunch, we hurried to catch the Benedictine monks singing the midday office. There seem to be about twenty monks in the group who sing beautifully and read a lesson (in Spanish of course). At the conclusion of the liturgy, a shaft of sunlight breaks through a window and ...
I woke up just before dawn this morning and took a walk to the hill overlooking Caluerega. There is a large cross here (cross of St George) and the view takes in the monastery and the outer homes of the small village. Beyond that are green fields, some ploughed ready for grain crops and others with young grape vines. The wine industry is growing in this region of Spain. Breakfast is simple, bread rolls, fruit ...
This morning was spent exploring the beautiful city of Salamanca. We visited the two cathedrals, the Dominican monastery and the enclosed Dominican convent, established by wealthy widows in 15th century. Once again the weather is perfect, so walking the streets is a pleasure. Then a two hour bus ride to Aza (or Haza), during which we were shown the film, The Way, inspiring me once again to seriously start planning to ...
An early start this morning, because we leave Burgos for the ancient village of Penaranda de Duero. From there we will travel on to Leon. Here's what Martin Randall says about the town:
The village of Penaranda de Duero is remotely situated in the south of the province of Burgos in the heart of the winemaking area of Ribera de Duero. It was of strategic importance at a time when the River Duero was the ...
... we go to. Normally we go to larger, more touristy cities like Toledo or Valencia. From what I see on the maps, the town of Penaranda de Duero is definitely not a city. In fact, it looks more like a village. In addition, it is on one of the small back-roads. It should be fun.
Well, our trip to the castle ...