El Linaje de los Cincosombreros
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... the Civil War. Most are not really unknowns, and the families of
many who fought on the Republican side have sought to have their remains
removed from a monument they view as celebrating the Nationalist victory and
not representing the reconciliation it purports. Meanwhile, in recent years
leftist parties in Spain have started a clamor to remove the tombs and
repurpose the Basilica.
At this point I should describe the Valle de Los ...
Long hike, climb up and climb down- altitude was1505. Walked 17 km. weather started out a little cool and warmed nicely. Wonderful scenery, only the eye can capture Another little town that was revived by the Camino. Population about 50 including the darling little toddler in the family run albergue where we stayed- La Meson. Cost was 7€ each for a bunk. Very friendly albergue. One gal spoke ...
... we braved this endeavor. For others who have not had the blessing, joy, and privilege of knowing my beloved Nana, just know she loves to shop. A lot. Some enjoy reading books, video games, or artistic pursuits as their pastime of choice--Nana shops. If this was a sport, she would be in the pro-leagues. If it were an Olympic event she would shine with her gold metals. She loves to shop, okay? :) ...
Today we attended mass with Bea's family at the local parish. It was a children's service so it was easier to follow. The kids were delighted to be invited up to the alter at the end of service for some dulces. Then we walked through the Plaza Mayor to pick up fresh bread. Can you believe that Nana made a friend there? The weather has been amazing ...
... King Philip’s seat since it was where King Philip used to come and observe the construction of his austere palace. We got spectacular views down over the town and the palace, perfectly lit by the setting sun and set against a backdrop of snow-capped mountains. We drove back down the hill to our campsite, which was very close by, and we settled in for the night and played a few card games after dinner. ...