Parador de Calahorra
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... signs. We will regroup around 7 to see the city when it comes alive!! We have come back from another fun dinner! First we walked a bit, had a visit to 2 huge churches - San Bartolomé and the catedral de Santa Maria de la Redonda, where there is a small Michelangelo picture of the crucifixion. Then we had a drink in a bar, then wandered to another place for dinner. All is very relaxed. We have noticed that there ...
... the theme song" game, but by virtue of Laura's limited theme song knowledge, and our common heritage in Disney classics, the second game was better. We also need to do a bit of research for verse order in a few areas. As luck would have it, we bumped into Daniel and Katy (not Kathy, as I've been calling her) on a bench under a tree, and they had actually been having a discussion about what song Scar sang in The Lion King. The only words Daniel could remember were 'be ...
... to discover). Sure enough, in uno kilometre we.were getting our photo taken at the statue of San Tiago by an Uruguayan couple who were simply tickled pink that we knew they were carrying around a cup of maté (South American tea, that's possibly slightly cocaine-ish?) and hadn't a word of English to match our lack of Spanish. Highly entertaining nonetheless. We met Princess on the way into town - twice, actually, since we all took wrong turns - and it turns out ...
... textile wall along the open side of the bunk bed to give me, firstly, a bit of privacy, and secondly, create a bit more darkness in my territory.
I'm happy (and boy scoutishly proud) to say that I managed to do quite a good job. I slid the elastic rope with hooks through three t-shirts (through both arms. This made them hang downwards and created a lovely light barrier.
The best part of the story is that this textile work of art allowed me to play some trickery on ...
... ridge were great views in all directions and the metal silhouette statues depicting pilgrims.
The downhill was grueling as it was steep and went on forever. It was loose rocks so you had to really concentrate so you wouldn't twist an ankle. Down on the flat it was again past farmland and rolling hills. I swapped my shoes for a ...