Hotel Villa de San Adrian
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... We walked through endless vineyards - we were in the Rioja region after all - it was a cloudy day and quite cool. We came to the edge of a town called Viana where Cesare Borgia is buried (although we didn't know that at the time!). The outskirts were fairly ordinary so I don't think our expectations were high. As long as there was a decent cafe for a sit down and a coffee. We walked through an old archway and started to see that a lot of people were dressed ...
... Walked through the middle of the old town which WQ
MJwas full of cafes and bars, to be greeted by lots of holas from various folk we've met on the way. Either a walk of fame or of shame for our late arrival! Booked into best hotel in town... just cos we felt like it. Bed, dinner & breakfast = £35 per head
Julia - Blessings to kind young and handsome ...
In our Municipal Alberge we had the best sleep ever, and D did not even know there had been a thunder storm at night. There were relatively few pilgrims, and they were all very quiet and respectul with their morning pack. For this Alberge we needed to be out no later than 07:30 and like the other mornings so far, we were the last to leave (at 07.00) after having some yogurt before leaving the Albergue.
It was a fresh morning and the moon was ...
... arrived during this time were ignored completely. I was in the twilight zone. They were lovely, but if I tried to move on, I was pulled back to study each area more closely. It was an amazing church, no doubt about it. But this was weird. The old man made it clear that it was very important I took a photo of dying Jesus on the Cross statue, as well as a glass coffin display with a mannequin in it. There was an enormous ornate pipe organ up high on another ...
Starting with the kids, all school children go home for lunch break, and most people study at a university that's near enough to home, so they can stay with Mami and Papi. It's so culturally ingrained to stay with your parents that the Spanish (and Latinos) can't understand why the British are in such a hurry to leave home.
And actually, the older I get, the less I can understand it. At 18 we're all desperate to go off to uni and live independently - or ...