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Walked more than 4 km to Plaza de Toros and The ancient Moorish origin Palace of Aljaferia. This was the first of the grand Moorish palaces built in Spain and the designs were copied for the Alcazar in Seville and the Alhambra in Granada. The process of walking was painless and fascinating as we stopped regularly to absorb our surroundings; to …
... KEEP BRITAIN TIDY. I remember it well. 15.30hrs. Arrived at our next home. Another lovely find. Old historic small town and a beautiful petite hotel. There's something magical about the ancient buildings in the Spanish towns. Thick solid walls and flagstones. We enter a beautiful cool small reception, looking just like a wine cellar or monastery. Corridors with stone archways leading to amazing stairways and ...
... usual on trips, we theorise about everything!
Today, the 24th is Johns 69th birthday; so we are heading off to see more lovely buildings and then onto a Michelin starred restaurant to celebrate. Sadly it will be our last night together. We head to Barcelona airport and they by train to san Sebastian.
So, farewell from Spain. On to Singapore for yet more food then home on Monday. Thanks to those dedicated blog followers for your appreciation
I have tended to avoid towns and cities because it is quite difficult with Treacle, but every so often I get a yearning and this time I satisfied it by visiting the city of Burgos in Northern Spain. The Caravan Site was beside a pretty river in the suburbs of the city and it was possible to walk into the centre through a riverside park, making it perfect for me and the dog. I spent my time here lazing around in the sun, walking next to the river, visiting the vets and on ...
... drives me down a bumpy track to a converted barn. It's getting dark. There's a mechanical bull guarding an ill-lit stage at the back of the large hall. It's what Brixton Academy could only dream of. Even in rehearsal mode the band is great. I particularly enjoy a Spanish version of King of the Swingers from The Jungle Book. Then as the rehearsal comes to a close, this happens (click to play video - I am second from ...