Ya tenía ganas de empezar con las crónicas sobre nuestro viaje de primavera... Pero debido al tiempo que me lleva intentar aprender inglés y que cada vez tengo más obligaciones con el Moto Club Indianos aquí estoy aún intentando organizar las fotos y recuerdos..
Es la segunda vez que tenemos la suerte de unirnos a un viaje de nuestro amigo César.. para esta ocasión nos reunimos los mismos más nuestro pequeño "Slow"
I was longing to start with the chapters about our spring trip.. but due to my efforts to become an English fluent speaker and my growing amount of work for Moto Club Indianos, here I am beginning to organise all the photos and memories.
This is the second chance we have had to join our friend Cesar's trip.. and for this occasion, the members of the adventure were the same but one.. our dog "Slow"
In a cold morning, we started our journey with a joyful spirit ... after having ridden many miles we stopped in an unusual place which hides a treasure... a part of an ancient Roman path
Becilla de Valderaduey, Valladolid can be very proud of having an authentic 30 meters long Roman bridge and an almost 350 meters long Roman path (usually the so-called "Roman ruins" are in fact medieval ruins, but it is not the case)
Our next visit was Medina de Rioseco
There you can visit part of the "Canal de Castilla", a canal designed to transportation between Castilla and the North coast of Spain .. it had another use, it was prepared for irrigation as well
An immense engineering challenge which never was fully completed because of the developing of the railroad
There still remains one of the buildings from a flour factory well located to take advantage of the benefits of the canal "Fábrica de harinas San Antonio". I always wanted to see myself this place.
We continued with a stroll through the city admiring the many wonderfull religious buildings "Iglesias de Santa María de Mediavilla"
while we taste a traditional local sweet
We could appreciate the ancient civil buildings as well
The "Iglesia de Santa Cruz" which contains the "Holly Week Museum"
And it is time to take the bikes and continuing our trip... but I will tell you more in the next chapter