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... restaurant together & then we separated to
do our own thing. One of my tour companions & I walked along the River
Tormes & then crossed an old Roman bridge (Puente Romano) to the other
side, where we walked along a bicycle & walking track for a while &
then just relaxed by the river. There is a university building with a tower
called Universidad Pontificia & the next morning at around 10am I went to
that building & ...
... during the 1930's. I also read they continue to paint all the walls and doors blue because they believe this repels mosquitoes.
We did very little exploring here as Karyn is still not ...
... for the cook group tonight I think)
I have spent most of my day in the closed down restaurant (which is pretty grim looking, but its either this or my tent)
It has even started thundering now, no lighting though, just this low rumble every so often, I think the weather is too miserable even to let lightning brighten up the place, it’s just a low grey cloud surrounding us
... barrels, leaving the top 10% air so that the sherry can form a protective crust of yeast which lasts for 5 years, which stops the sherry from being in contact with the air and keeps its sharp golden colour and also enhancing the flavour. Then for the best part… the tasting! We got two tastings as part of our tour, one sweet and one dry white sherry, but I took upon myself to order a third and glad I did as it was the best yet it ...
... with many stories to tell and talked the night away while listening to the nocturnal sounds of the Medina from a rooftop terrace.