NH Monte Rozas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... overnight, it seems). Lise, as expected, is healthy as a horse (except for a few baby blisters) and nursing us with our first aid kits and beer. Early on, a fellow pilgrim mentioned that we were like a walking village. Now I understand completely. We meet and chat with a great number of pelegrinos every day. We typically lose sight of them (different pace, different destination for that day...). Some instantly ...
... walking along carrying their cushions to sit on. A crowd of around 23,000 were expected. There were many elderly and surprisingly a lot of women - well I guess they have been brought up with it. I thought the MCG was bad with being squished in to your seats but this was a challenge. You had to sit with your legs spread so the person in front of you could sit down. Fortunately I was on the very end of the seats so could cross my legs and hang ...
... for 2. Afterwards we went for a walk along the beach, the wind was dropping and the sun lovely and warm. Before we went out it was lovely to catch up Sophie on Face time, we had chatted to Rachel a few days earlier, the wonders of IPads. I am delighted to say we didn't come last this week in the quiz, we came THIRD and won a bottle of red wine and I won €20 euros in card bingo, much to Davids amusement watching me play. A great evening had by all, full of ...
... I came back up the street we are living on and found the church for Sunday use , and the "Churros con Leche" shop and finally wandered home, folks were starting to stir. We worked on some stuff for the wedding, a really neat map that showed the table set up,, it was neat. After that Georgene and I walked to the churro shop just to have him close the door and put up the closed sign as we arrived! Blast ! so then we went to the grocery store and the meat store and got some supplies ...
... yoga mats and travel pillows. We discovered there is a lot of very hard ground in Spain if anyone wanted to know!! Overnight in Segovia was really cold as well. Sim was paying me out for wanting to sleep in a jumper but then complained about how cold it was in the morning! The city of Segovia itself was rather small but very pretty. Most of it was part way up a hill with the rest spend out along the valley floor. So there were some really lovely views. The aqueduct was so ...