Balneario Termas Pallares - Hotel Parque
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... Bea) for a lunch in the Boeschen wine cave last spring. On Friday, we arrived to Tricio on a stunning evening -- the weather was warm, autumnal and perfect all weekend.
It was a rare treat to have a casual but lovely potluck dinner (the Boeschens brought a pesto pasta salad) under the beams, stone and plaster of the bodega wedged into the hillside. The kids scampered around. A highlight was Pepe singing Spanish folks songs and his beautiful ...
... gave up and the front piece flapped open. This is a moment for a calm head and ingenuity plus a lot of duck tape to get me a few more miles worth of walking before I need to switch to my replacement pair! After a 15 mile walk today, we reach Belarado which is is a pretty town and we are staying at an albergue in the centre where we will have a communal meal later with other ...
... of setting off at about 8am and stopping for a breakfast in a local village after an hour or so. And then reaching the albergue for the day in mid afternoon. Today I have been walking through more vineyards and arable farmland where the soil is rich and fertile ready for new years crops to be planted. The pathway is wide and stony and ...
... was most definately on our to-do list as well, although we really had no idea how 'to-do' them. Would there be snow on the road in Summer? There are so many roads, which one do we take? Do you make it a full day trip or stay at one of the little villages on the way? Shall we ski, mountain bike or hike if we have time? What's the best way to experience it all without it costing an arm and a leg? Oh the perils of a modern-day swaggie! With limited help from ...
The monasterio de piedras is like a hidden gem. When driving to get there, you go through a lot if dry land. Then you start going up curvy roads. When you get there , you really can't believe your eyes. It's this natural park where there used to be a monastery for monks to live.
We first went on a tour of the monastery. It was interesting to see how they lived and also that they separated certain monks from others, ...