Cynthia continues to improve. We got up relatively early so we could go to the Cathedral and see the progress on the Virgin Mary.
She’s coming along quite nicely.
We took the day and walked around the area near the Ruzafa district where there are some magnificent Fallas
That night we stumbled upon the most magnificent Galician restaurant called A `Peregrina which is Spanish for “Of The Pilgrim” or something similar. The whole restaurant is themed in a style you might expect to see if you were walking the Way Of St. James, a famous pilgrimage Cynthia and I would like to walk some day.
Cynthia had said she just wanted some soup for dinner, but soup is not a common menu item so we decided to see what we could get here. Right after we were seated, the waitress brought us each a bowl of complimentary hot vegetable soup. It was, in a way, a miracle and set the tone for the evening.
Once again we had found a fantastic restaurant with wonderful food and a great atmosphere.