Real Posada De La Mesta
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... Santo Domingo church to see its lovely portal carvings and then went down to the river again, this time to see the remains of a13th C monastery of San Polo, built by the Knights Templar. Further down the river we could see the hermitage of San Saturi perched high over the spot where Soria's patron saint spent most of his life. After so much contemplation of piety we felt moved to depart...
... and lanes towards Azofra. Lot more vegetable crops now.
At Azofra, we intersect with the Camino Way (Camino de Santiago) so a short photo stop – otherwise we are aware of another 17km yet and plug on to Cordovin and Badaran (32km)
The weather is still very fine with warm winds. There is a 5km straight stretch all the way into San Millan de la Cogolla and eventually the Monasterio de Yuso (39km).
Our very welcome accommodation ...
... and one out. She successfully obtained the ticket but, on attempting to return to the car, removed the door. This she tried to refix but, failing, tried to hand it to Adrian who, being the driver and heading a (by now lengthening) queue, wanted to get a move on away from the booth. So, holding the door aloft, they headed to the hard shoulder to repair matters. All this time, Andy was watching in the rear view mirror and commentating to Lin who was close ...
Today we went on a class excursion with all the Spanish classes. It was a fun day that we got to spend it with our classmates and teachers. We first went to a place called Numancia. It has a lot of history and ruins from both the people that used to live there and the Romans who took over at some point. We got to see how they used to live as well as how good of a strategic ...
... The view from the guest house was stunning, peaceful and serene. The next morning we did a guided tour in Spanish of the Yuso monastery. The monastery spanned 14 centuries and was the place where the first Spanish and Basque writing was recorded. Lunch was in Najerra with its caves, cathedral and awfully small roads. Our final destination through kma of vineyards was Laguardia a walled village famous for wine and home to 300 underground ...