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... the 12th century. Again the sheer indulgence is staggering; apart from El Grecos, Titians and Goya, the rich tapestries, gilt and silver holy objects, walls of relics, murals, carved panels ... there was finally the lady herself. This somewhat weird object of worship was holding an even weirder miniature Jesus; she was clad in the most beautiful, jewel encrusted, embroidered garments. All the devout [apart from us ...
I headed next to Guadalupe. It was a wonderful drive, via the famous giants of Don Quixote in La Mancha. The campsite was in some woods which felt quite like 'free' camping. I only stayed one night, arriving in the evening and then leaving on the morning of the 25th, visiting the famous monastery on the way out, where the first natives from South America were baptised in Spain, giving it a special significance to those converts ...
... a square filled with citrus trees. A lovely spot for that first cup of coffee in the morning. Dinner was a lazy affair at the restaurant in the Parador, here we had rack of lamb and bacalao (cod fish,) both were excellent, and after another full day, we went to bed with full tummies. All the walking during the day is negated by eating and then going to bed at midnight. Still no paella and no siesta, but we are making the best of eating the local dishes in each of the towns we go ...
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To late to go to Jerez as we have 5 hour drive ahead of us. After quite a pleasant drive arrived in Don Quixote country , didn't see any windmills to tilt at , so headed up the mountain to our scheduled hotel. As we arrived at this absolutely beautiful hotel on an equally beautiful mountain, with views to die for, our uncooperative little man was soon forgotten! The owner was a lovely man ,gorgeus to look and who ...