Monday, May 25, 2015

Finally . . . Zamora to Montamarta.

Zamora's beautiful stone(s)
What's that dominating the city's eastern skyline? Is it a green corrugated iron shed? 
No. It's a modern museum, putting Pontevedra's to shame in its inappropiateness. Let's just hope the ('prize-winning') architect was later hanged.
A geriatric health facility, suspended because of austerity cuts. Only the old and the poor tend to suffer much from these, of course. Plus the ill.
The fabulous ochre soil of the Castille y León 'breadbasket'.
Has-been rape, apparently.

2 comments:

Perry said...

Looks like the ochre soils of Castille y León are to be spared the desecration of solar panels.

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/ac33df3c-021b-11e5-82b9-00144feabdc0.html#slide0


http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-05-22/glimpse-endgame-how-chinas-formerly-richest-man-crashed-his-own-stock-when-he-tried-

tinta prima said...

Hello David,
We are writting from Bodegas Muelas de TOrdesillas, your wine is going to your adress, it will arrive, tomorrow or thoursday.
Please, send me a telephone number to our e-mail, bodegasmuelas@hotmail.es to tell you about your order.

Your sincerelly.

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