viernes, 18 de enero de 2019

walks & wine

Last weekend we went for a short walk to a nearby village, which is one of our favorite places. Lots of picturesque streets, medieval buildings and some places to have an appetizer (or two).
We always buy some bread at a local bakery (this is Mr.A. looking at the bakery window in a previous post, 2014) and enjoy local atmosphere which remains (relatively) unspoiled despite tourism.

El fin de semana pasado fuimos a dar una vuelta a un pueblo cercano, que es uno de nuestros sitios favoritos por aquí cerca. Calles pintorescas, edificios medievales y unos cuantos bares donde tomar el aperitivo, es una maravilla.
Siempre compramos pan en la panadería del pueblo (este es Mr.A. mirando el escaparate de la panadería allá por 2014) y es estupendo disfrutar del ambiente local que, aunque haya turismo, conserva mucho encanto.









12 comentarios:

  1. Now I want also to walk in this village! And even better that there are not that much tourists :)
    xx Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  2. I love little towns like this! That's what I miss about Europe. I'm glad the tourists haven't ruined everything.

    Suzanne
    http://www.suzannecarillo.com

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  3. What a lovely, atmospheric village. And that bakery's goods look so utterly delicious. Love that last photo, the view beyond must be amazing. Maybe you can show us next time you walk there? Have a great weekend, Monica! Besos xxx

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  4. Everything in that photo from the bakery looks delicious-I have no idea what any of it is, but would try it all anyway!

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  5. What could be better than walking and wine? Cakes of course! No shortage in that bakery window. The village looks beautiful and the grassy path was very tempting. You look lovely in all your blues and ready for a good long walk. It's so good to have lovely places to walk in and to, isn't it? It lifts the soul!

    Have a good week.
    xxxx

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  6. You look wonderful in your teal and black outfit, dear Monica! Warm and comfy too which is most important when travel! How wonderful to live in such old historical places like your land where every corner has many stories to tell... The atmosphere is gorgeous! Happy New Year, dear friend!

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  7. I enjoy reading you blog, and I'm really curious to know exactly where it is that you live and the name of the village visited, somewhere north of Madrid I know. Also, you once mentioned Cameros, where I was two summers ago, because it was the coolest place (temp) in Spain at that moment!! It was 29 and we did some walking around there. My guess is Logroño..........?????

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    1. mwhaha, you nailed it! I live in Logroño some years ago!
      It would be nice to meet you next time!

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    2. I'll let you know if I ever get the chance to go back there!!

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  8. What a lovely place for a stroll, and also for a treat - those pastries in the window look delicious!

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  9. I want to go here too, it looks so gorgeous and peaceful. And the food looks amazing too, so delicious!! Would love it. Happy new week to you :) xx

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  10. This is so beautiful, and wow, those treats look yummy!

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