Celuisma Los Tilos
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... Harald had taken her to on the previous day. On our way there, we met Harald, whom I hadn't seen since Leon! He is a teacher and artist and has been a recurring presence on my Camino since Sansol and it seemed impossible to finish without seeing him one last time. In Hornillos, we were bed buddies, my phrase to describe the weird and awkward scenario of sleeping in a bunk directly pushed up against another. We said goodnight and promptly turned away on our respective ...
... They tasted great, and John had no problem, luckily.
One thing on my list to see was the Mercado de Abastos. We found it on the edge of the old town. This area was something to see. It looked like it originally was just that - a market - for everything. There were some large stone (of course) buildings that looked like they could have been barns. They had tiny stalls and drainage system ...
... as much as my sister Chryle. What a rock she was and is! a good sport .. a suffering soul.. and not once did we say to one another that we could not do this. These days will forever be a part of me. Today our walk continued through the hills with more beautiful sights. .. we entered the square where the famous Santiago cathedral stands... holding hands as sisters who had just completed a lifetime achievement. We cried... we sought ...
... over her grandson who speaks a little English. They show me where the facilities are; behind a barn, near the chicken shed, and explain that there is no charge. I ask if they sell wine to the public from here and they invite us to taste their produce. As we re-emerge from behind the barns, we are joined by Michel, grandfather and owner of the chateau. He is very friendly and is keen to know if Sam and I are married, but his wife tells him to mind his own business – or at least ...
... and then to the national rail office, right next door, to get my train ticket to Madrid. I then went to the Pilgrims'Mass. I had a little trouble understanding, but not a whole lot. I also lit a candle for Alyssa, my Uncle Jim who recently passed away & my cousin Jimmy. Afterward I met a German friend for some sandwiches and beer @ a place that up until recently had a franchise in Plantation. I walked around some more, ...