Hotel Meson de Don Quijote
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... to a family of 5 including 3 girls 4,6&8 yrs old to 79 year old Gerry from Winnipeg with his 27 year old granddaughter and a young couple from Vegas expecting a baby. We have learned that our training was not in vain as there are many hurting pelegrinos who came without training. We have come to realize that as the time passes we do not know who we will cross paths with again. Adios Sandy and my 2 ...
Day 12, Belorado to Burgos Tuesday night was wow. Wow = hotel + bath A long soak for tired muscles is amazing. Outside our hotel we noticed many pelegrinos (pilgrims) gathering with backpacks. Turns out to be the bus stop to the next town wouldn't you know! Quick discussion between we three amigos and a decision to forego a day's hike with lots of elevation. A day off and my muscles are singing ...
... It is thinly sliced and it comes right of the leg of the pig, sometimes right in front of your eyes. Pig legs hang everywhere here and the hoof is still attached. In addition, Spain is well known for olives and they have an assortment of olives with many different tastes. There are hot olives, sweet olives, pickled olives, salty olives, fishy olives etc. One form of eating the olive is an olive that is stuffed with something inside of it (commonly called rapa ...
... we call her family photo. Maria has a boyfriend named Hector who is also very nice and is a real thinker, he reminds me of a philosopher. He is also a teacher, however not of English, at another school in another town. Hector had a birthday last week where we ate a very good stew and a cake that was very different. The cake part was round and crunchy like a cookie and then it had chocolate on it. It was delicious. One thing I would take back ...
... be very not obvious about it. If you are under age and drinking in the US you receive a ticket.
1) Spain: When parking on the side of streets in some areas it does not matter what direction you face, so not all cars are facing the same direction.
US: All cars face the same direction depending on the side of the road, or you get a ticket.
2) Spain: When you walk into a room you always say hello even if it ...