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#1
So as I near the Camino in May I am starting to focus on the real important things which includes what wonderful beers, wine, etc. await at the end of the day. All kidding aside, besides Sangria (probably the most popular drink in Spain I assume?) any suggestions on must try drinks that wowed you? Being from CO where craft beer kind of reigns it will be nice to embrace the change and try the local beers, wines and specialties.
 
Camino(s) past & future
CF SJPdP to SdC
(May 2015)
CF Sarria to SdC
(May 2016)
CF SJPDP-SdC
(Apr/May 2018)
VdlP (2020)
#2
Is Sangria that popular? I don't think so. I always thought it more of a tourist thing but maybe I'm wrong.

For me.?

Vino Tinto
Of course pronounced Beeno Tinto, as I only recently discovered in class!
'Apparently' only Julio Iglesias pronouces the V like we do in English because he thinks it's cool :cool:
 
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CF11, CF12, CP13, CF14, CA15, S.Anton15, CF15, CI15
Ditch Pig16, CF17, CP17, CdN, CM, CF18, LePuy19
#7
Orujo. Everything else is just a drink ;)
Tincatinker, you are mean. That stuff will make you forget where your bunk is tonight, maybe where your bunk was the night before and conger up dreams of where the bunk is the next night; until you are so confused you pass out in the entry way of someplace you have never been before in your life. Just saying.
 

natefaith

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Camino(s) past & future
Sarria-Santiago (2009)
León-Ponferrada (2014)
Camino Inglés (2017)
#10
Try the bottled cider made by Maeloc, especially once you're in Galicia if you can't find it elsewhere in the country. They have pear, blackberry, strawberry, and of course dry apple varieties and they are delicious. And once you get to Santiago, the sangria at Cervezeria Rua Bella is sooo good. And I can't even have alcohol (I get too light-headed) but I'll always have a sip!

Enjoy all the planning and Buen Camino!
 
Camino(s) past & future
June (2015) & June/July (2018)
#11
So as I near the Camino in May I am starting to focus on the real important things which includes what wonderful beers, wine, etc. await at the end of the day. All kidding aside, besides Sangria (probably the most popular drink in Spain I assume?) any suggestions on must try drinks that wowed you? Being from CO where craft beer kind of reigns it will be nice to embrace the change and try the local beers, wines and specialties.
I plan to look for some Mico breweries in Spain. I do know there is one in Logroño called Mateo & Bernabé.
 

Prentiss Riddle

Aprendiz de todo, maestro de nada
Camino(s) past & future
Poco a poco: we're nibbling away at the Francés. (2015, 2016 & 2017)
#14
Two beverages to try out in the Basque country:

Txakoli (pron. “chacolí”): a delightful young wine, poured with a flourish from a height to maximize its sparkle.

Patxaran (pron. “pacharán”): a licqueur with a hint of anise, quite refreshing over ice.

Give my wife a glass of txakoli and me a glass of patxaran, and we’re ready to throw away our boots and sticks and just stay in the Basque region forever...
 
Camino(s) past & future
Frances April-May 2018
Planning 2019
#15
This is a perfect opportunity to ask my question. For the past three years I have been drinking nothing but sparkling wine,the reason is interesting but not necessary for this conversation. I enjoy Proseco but my beverage of choice is Cava Brut in a wine glass as opposed to a flute. Will this be acailable on the Camino which I will start i St Jean on April 10/
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2015); Camino Norte/Primitivo (2016); Camino Frances (2017); Le Puy (June 2018)
#16
Tinto de verana, its half red wine, half soda, served chilled in a tall glass with a slice of lemon. Very refreshing.
Cerveza and vino are cheap and good.
I'll have to remember that on my next camino in Spain. On the days that were hot I started asking for vino blanco at dinner as it's always served chilled. I'm not a beer drinker, but the cerversa limon is refreshing, as well. My favorite mid day drink is the fabulous fresh squeezed orange juice!
 
Camino(s) past & future
CF11, CF12, CP13, CF14, CA15, S.Anton15, CF15, CI15
Ditch Pig16, CF17, CP17, CdN, CM, CF18, LePuy19
#17
This is a perfect opportunity to ask my question. For the past three years I have been drinking nothing but sparkling wine,the reason is interesting but not necessary for this conversation. I enjoy Proseco but my beverage of choice is Cava Brut in a wine glass as opposed to a flute. Will this be acailable on the Camino which I will start i St Jean on April 10/
There are some sparkling wines in Basque Country but they are hard to find. Cava is not popular.
 

LesR

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
(2017)
#19
Clara de limon is also good - it's beer mixed with lemon soda.
some places served what I came to know as 'limon beer' (Cerveza or San Miguel Clara) out of the tap - great - cold very refreshing and only 2.5% alcohol. Other places mixed beer and lemon soda out of a bottle - very inferior....

Orujo (sometimes known as licor hierbas) and Patxaran are worth a try - you might have to ask for them - they are potent, but great after dinner... But agree - too many of them might not be a good thing...

Good ol' vino tinto with evening meal - wine buffs may not like it as it is very plain - not much acid or tannins, - but it goes down very well with any food...
 

RJM

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
A few times, but soon again I hope....
#20
Good ol' vino tinto with evening meal - wine buffs may not like it as it is very plain - not much acid or tannins, - but it goes down very well with any food...
A little too well, sometimes. On at least a couple of occasions I surprised myself how much I consumed with the evening meal.
Wine and bread. As long as they kept serving it, I kept eating/drinking it, ha ha.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances: September 24 - October 31 (2015); February/March (2019)
#21
So as I near the Camino in May I am starting to focus on the real important things which includes what wonderful beers, wine, etc. await at the end of the day. All kidding aside, besides Sangria (probably the most popular drink in Spain I assume?) any suggestions on must try drinks that wowed you? Being from CO where craft beer kind of reigns it will be nice to embrace the change and try the local beers, wines and specialties.
To be honest, the Spanish beer I found on the Camino Frances was nothing to write home about, but the vino tinto, that was a different matter. The biggest surprise to me was the marvelous red wine of the Bierzo region. The red wine from there is made with the Mencia grape. It is marvelous! I look for it here in the States, but it’s not often available.

Also, you should try Orujo, an incredible Galician liquor. Be aware, though, that it is high test.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Francis, Portuguese, El Norte
#23
Please help. I looked up Wikipedia and found 4 locations that say CO . It does help if we know where you are from to discuss your requests and what your understanding is. Your CO is ?
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances, 2015
#25
Please help. I looked up Wikipedia and found 4 locations that say CO . It does help if we know where you are from to discuss your requests and what your understanding is. Your CO is ?
Clicking on an avatar brings up information on the member (at least as much as they want public.) In this case we see that @Brian E is from Colorado. And actually the name of the location is often linked so if you click it a map is brought up.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Santiago to Finisterre to Muxia 2013
Camino Frances May 2015
Camino Frances July 2017
#26
So as I near the Camino in May I am starting to focus on the real important things which includes what wonderful beers, wine, etc. await at the end of the day. All kidding aside, besides Sangria (probably the most popular drink in Spain I assume?) any suggestions on must try drinks that wowed you? Being from CO where craft beer kind of reigns it will be nice to embrace the change and try the local beers, wines and specialties.
Hi Brian,

Good to see someone with their priorities straight.

No that I looked super hard but I'm afraid as others have intimated the Camino is not an easy place to find anything that could be described as a craft beer. The local lagers are all much of a muchness but still welcome after a hot day's walking. But you will be walking through some excellent wine country (assuming you're doing the Camino Frances) and when you get to Galicia I highly recommend going for a seafood and Albarino combo, delicious. You'll also find vinotecas, largely in the bigger cities where you can sample wines along with local charcuterie and cheeses.

Buen Camino,

Rob.
 
Camino(s) past & future
2015-2016 VdlPlata - Sanabres
2016.Primitivo
2017 Salvador
2018 Norte?
#27
I liked to to verano also, allthough there are big differences in the preparation/the mixture
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances, fall of 2015
#28
I always enjoyed the cerveza con limon, which is made of half-beer and half-tarty lemon soda. It's so good, and very refreshing, that they even have it on tap in some places. I always looked forward to this when I had about 5kms to go or when I finished walking for the day, but then....vino tinto with dinner.
 
#29
I am a beer drinker also - and a fellow Californian :) We found a lot of good beers in Spain. There were sometimes craft brews in bottles from small breweries. Bars will usually have a few bottles of what they have up on the bar in addition to what they've got on tap. For beers with wider distributions, we found Estrella Galicia to be good - especially the 1906 (mil-novecientos-seis).

I'm not a fan of Cruzcampo or Mahou, but they will do in a pinch - and those are the ones you want to mix with lemon soda for a cerveza limon.
 

Prentiss Riddle

Aprendiz de todo, maestro de nada
Camino(s) past & future
Poco a poco: we're nibbling away at the Francés. (2015, 2016 & 2017)
#30
When in Rome, do as the Romans do. When in Spain and drinking beer, drink the unpretentious lager! (And the wine, and the sidra, and the patxaran, and the orujo, and the excellent coffee which is probably better than what you drink at home anyway...) :)
 

Kev

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances Sept-Oct 2015
Camino Portuguese Sept-Oct 2018
#31
Breakfast: freshly squeezed Orange Juice.
Kas Limón was always good mid-day
and to finish the day:
Orujo
Orujo de Hierbas
Crema de Orjuo
Cafe Orjuo

oh, and don't forget to drink water, it is all good.
 

pitztop

Infected with the Camino Virus
Camino(s) past & future
2014 - CF & Fisterra
2015 - Zurich > Le Puy > SdC > Muxia > Fisterra
2017 - VdlP & Fisterra
#32
Licor de Hierbas with friends is a wonderful way to finish the evening meal. 5aa49977-606a-4e75-8912-6ece73b5c3c5.jpg
 

Jeff Crawley

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Contemplating yet another "final" camino
Porto to SdC May 2019
#33
Chocolate con churros at breakfast time although have been know to "rinse out" the breakfast coffee cup with aguadiente/orjuo
KAS Limon (NEVER Fanta) while walking
Vino tinto with dinner
Pacharan before bedtime (but always with ice - warm pacharan tastes like Galloways cough syrup, ask a Brit what that means)
And that cloudy vino turbio they serve with the pulpo at Ezekiel's in Melide.
 

KariC

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Caminho portugûes (2016)
#34
Go with the flow. Order a vino tinto o vino blanco, per your preference, or una cerveza, and just drink what's local. Be surprised.
 

Anamiri

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances
#35
Chocolate con churros at breakfast time although have been know to "rinse out" the breakfast coffee cup with aguadiente/orjuo
KAS Limon (NEVER Fanta) while walking
Vino tinto with dinner
Pacharan before bedtime (but always with ice - warm pacharan tastes like Galloways cough syrup, ask a Brit what that means)
And that cloudy vino turbio they serve with the pulpo at Ezekiel's in Melide.
I have to admit to becoming a KAS Limon convert as well. Nothing like a cold can, rub the can on your face first and then drink it.
Sometimes I'd put a wee bit in my water bottle to give it a bit of taste.
Normally I hate flavoured fruit drink, But when in Spain..
 

LesR

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
(2017)
#36
Go with the flow. Order a vino tinto o vino blanco, per your preference, or una cerveza, and just drink what's local. Be surprised.
I agree - drink what the locals drink... Isn't one of the reasons for walking the Camino the opportunity to experience spanish culture 9in its many forms)?
 

hielienie

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
April 3-29 2017: SJPP -> Santiago
May 2-5 2017: Santiago -> Muxia -> Finisterre
#37
Tinto de Verano! I am still drinking it back in South Africa :)
 

Albertinho

ninguém disse que era fácil
Camino(s) past & future
2013 Lisboa - Santiago
2014 Ferrol -Santiago
2015 Porto -Santiago
2018 Porto -Valença
#39
Is Sangria that popular? I don't think so. I always thought it more of a tourist thing but maybe I'm wrong.

For me.?

Vino Tinto
Of course pronounced Beeno Tinto, as I only recently discovered in class!
'Apparently' only Julio Iglesias pronouces the V like we do in English because he thinks it's cool :cool:
Julio Iglesias originally is from Galicia where the language sounds more like Portuguese and in Portuguese they pronounce the "v " as a " v"
Sangria is for tourists. When I worked in Spain and Portugal during the lunchtime menu del dia I allways took ,just like the spanish and portuguese workers , a vino tinto (vinho tinto in Português ) . coming home at night or staying overnight somewhere else, I went to the terraces at the seaside or at the plazas and drank vino tinto too as the majority of the locals.
 

notion900

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
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#40
Love a Kas Limón. Weirdly you can't get it in some areas which have been taken over by the evils of Fanta.

This year discovered Bitter Kas - o lordy how delicious. It's pink and tastes of Angostura bitters. On a montón of ice please. People laugh about my enthusiasm for it, as it's a bit retro apparently: sometimes bartenders have to root about a bit to find a bottle from the back.

San Miguel Selecta Tostada bottled beer - like bitter from the North of England. Marvellous stuff.

Gaseosa - various brands. Sometimes described as soda water but it's not the same - soda tastes of bicarb, but good gaseosa has a delicious faintly bleachy flavour. Can be mixed with red wine to make a more bleachy version of a tinto verano.

Liquor de Bellota. Out of Extremadura, made out of acorns. Sounds nasty but tastes like a more earthy version of Baileys. Mmmm. Just the chupito with a morning coffee.
 

Jeff Crawley

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Contemplating yet another "final" camino
Porto to SdC May 2019
#41
Love a Kas Limón. Weirdly you can't get it in some areas which have been taken over by the evils of Fanta.

This year discovered Bitter Kas - o lordy how delicious. It's pink and tastes of Angostura bitters. On a montón of ice please. People laugh about my enthusiasm for it, as it's a bit retro apparently: sometimes bartenders have to root about a bit to find a bottle from the back.

San Miguel Selecta Tostada bottled beer - like bitter from the North of England. Marvellous stuff.

Gaseosa - various brands. Sometimes described as soda water but it's not the same - soda tastes of bicarb, but good gaseosa has a delicious faintly bleachy flavour. Can be mixed with red wine to make a more bleachy version of a tinto verano.

Liquor de Bellota. Out of Extremadura, made out of acorns. Sounds nasty but tastes like a more earthy version of Baileys. Mmmm. Just the chupito with a morning coffee.
EVERYBODY with taste likes Kas . . .

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But no mention of Pacharan - is it a case of ¡No Pacharan!
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2015); Camino Norte/Primitivo (2016); Camino Frances (2017); Le Puy (June 2018)
#42
EVERYBODY with taste likes Kas . . .

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But no mention of Pacharan - is it a case of ¡No Pacharan!
I loved Kas orange, but also Fanta orange. I drank whichever one of the two was available and thought they both tasted the same...is something wrong with me? :rolleyes:
 

jpflavin1

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Frances(10,11,17), Vasco(12), Salvador(13), Primitivo(13), Norte(14), Madrid (16), Mozarabe (18)
#43
Cold weather - Heirbas, Orujo
Warm weather - Clara (Half beer, half lemon drink)
Rainy weather - espresso with a shot of Baily's
Wine (red) - with dinner
 
Camino(s) past & future
Many, various, and continuing.
#44
This is a perfect opportunity to ask my question. For the past three years I have been drinking nothing but sparkling wine,the reason is interesting but not necessary for this conversation. I enjoy Proseco but my beverage of choice is Cava Brut in a wine glass as opposed to a flute. Will this be acailable on the Camino which I will start i St Jean on April 10/
There´s plenty of cava available on the Way, but you´d better have company... it´s usually only available by the bottle!
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances sept-oct 2018
#45
Try the bottled cider made by Maeloc, especially once you're in Galicia if you can't find it elsewhere in the country. They have pear, blackberry, strawberry, and of course dry apple varieties and they are delicious. And once you get to Santiago, the sangria at Cervezeria Rua Bella is sooo good. And I can't even have alcohol (I get too light-headed) but I'll always have a sip!

Enjoy all the planning and Buen Camino!
YES to Maeloc cider, which I discovered in Santiago de C last week. I'm not a beer drinker but I loved the cedresa.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Francis SJPP
April 2016, August 2017, May 2018
Camino PortuGUESE
May 2019
#46
My only contribution as a rare non drinker on this knowledgeable forum is water, Aquarius, and freshly squeezed OJ. Guess what? not one hangover in 3 Caminos and so much fun watching faces go red.....
Love to all xxx
Miki Goldie
 

oursonpolaire

Veteran Member
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2002, Toulouse/Aragon 2005, Cami S Jaume/Aragon 2007/9, Mont Saint Michel/Norte/Vadiniense 2011, Norte/Primitivo 2013, Norte/Primitivo 2014. Norte 2015, Cami S Jaume/Castellano-Aragonese 2016
#47
Bitter Kaz is wonderful and perhaps a bit like nonalcoholic Campari but sometimes barkeeps were a bit nonplussed at the request. Sidra natural is most easily found in Asturias and Cantabria, on the del Norte and the Primitivo, and is not to be missed-- it has an extraordinary balance of sweet and tart but pilgrims should beware that it is powerful and a second bottle can impede one's bunk-locating abilities. It so happens that earlier today I was on the telephone with a Californian with whom I walked the Primitivo many years ago and we were discussing the potency of orujo blanco and how one does not need to floss for three or four days after a sip. I recall us sharing a table and a half of the bottle of orujo blanco casero which a waitress carelessly left on the table.

I am another fan of cava and it is a very pleasant accompaniment to one's morsel of fish after a long day of pilgrimage, and is particularly appropriate on a saint's day. On the Cami Catalan I had occasion to try the reds of Borja and the Costers de Segre, and happily grab bottles whenever the LCBO or SAQ (local provincial booze authorities) provide them. Indeed, I feel obliged to buy anything from the Borsao vineyard as an armload of their grapes kept me hydrated on a very long, dry day.

Another poster mentioned Mencia, which a friend of mine thinks of as being like Burgundy, but good. However, the godellos and albarinos of Bierzo and Galicia are among the more remarkable white wines to be had. Indeed, a bottle of Paco y Lola awaits my Friday fish. I may raise a glass in the honour of other posters on this thread.
 
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Primitivo June 2013
SJPP - Logroño June 2014
Ingles July2016
#49
YES to Maeloc cider, which I discovered in Santiago de C last week. I'm not a beer drinker but I loved the cedresa.
A double surprise for me:
Galician cider (not usual)
Its name , because Maeloc was a bishop from the group of Britons that settled in Galicia in the 5th and 6th centuries escaping from the Anglosaxons.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Porto to Santiago Coastal Route (Future)
#50
A good drink is always improved with good company, friendship and love. My good lady thinks I am an old romantic. Maybe I am romantic. Go well my friends
 

Jeff Crawley

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Contemplating yet another "final" camino
Porto to SdC May 2019
#51
I loved Kas orange, but also Fanta orange. I drank whichever one of the two was available and thought they both tasted the same...is something wrong with me? :rolleyes:
The fact that Fanta (subsidiary of Coca-Cola) subsidised youth groups associated with the NSDAP leaves a nasty taste in my mouth at least!
 

Via2010

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
06/07 & 12 Camino Francés, 08-10 Via de la Plata, 13/14 & 17 Camino Portugués, 18 Camino Primitivo
#52
My favourites, depending on my mood and the time of the day:

Coffee - Café solo, Café con leche and - when it is cold and raining: carajillo (with a shot of orujo in it)
Water, Kas Limon,
Cerveza clara
Estella galicia
Vino tinto (Rioja, Toro, Bierzo)
Vino blanco (Rueda Verdejo, Albarino)
Pacharan
Hierbas
Brandy de Jerez
 

Kev

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances Sept-Oct 2015
Camino Portuguese Sept-Oct 2018
#53
I loved Kas orange, but also Fanta orange. I drank whichever one of the two was available and thought they both tasted the same...is something wrong with me? :rolleyes:
Nothing wrong with you, some of us find Fanta very sweet and Kas less so. With the Limon I found it more tart with Kas and more enjoyable while walking.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2015); Camino Norte/Primitivo (2016); Camino Frances (2017); Le Puy (June 2018)
#54
I am amazed on this thread that so many contributers have such a vast knowledge of all things relating to alcoholic drinks in Spain. I can't even grasp all of the unusual names that have been listed. I'd have to make one flash card for each name and hold it up for the bartender to see in order to try any of the many favorites listed on this thread! :p
There are many connoisseurs out there in Caminoland for sure!
 
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#55
I post this only because fellow walkers found it curious and funny behavior on my part. My preferred beverage while walking (aside from cortados) is milk. I carry a one litre UHT bottle in each of my side pouches. In the heat of the meseta I drink 2 litres per day. I might supplement that with about 500 ml of water, and generally with 500 ml of OJ. But the milk really makes people look at me funny.

I’ve always been curious to know if I am the only person who gets dehydrated on pure water. I just can’t hold onto it in my system (3 kidneys, so maybe that’s why?). BUt add some salt, fat and natural sugars as are in my milk, and I have enough energy and enough hydration.

In sum, though I was delighted to discover the Godello grape with my gorgeous seafood dinner in Fisterra this year, and have certainly become a collector of different Spanish wines from across the CF regions... it is milk drinking that allows me to arrive at dinner each day.

Hire as I have sipped twice and never need to do again. It’s like Jaeger...
 
Camino(s) past & future
Planning on startting first time at e d of april start of may
#56
As draught beer goes i thought amber was the best!!
But i didnt see it too often
 
Camino(s) past & future
Frances (2015); Ch. d'Arles: Oloron Ste Marie to Aragones; Frances (2016); V.d.l.P.; Sanabres (2017)
#57
Cafe con leche and fresh squeezed orange juice with breakfast; Kas limon during the day - I always refused Fanta limon when the barkeeper drew it out instead, which happened more often than not on the VdlP - I'ld rather drink tap water than something that sweet; any vino tinto with my evening meal.
 

truenorthpilgrim

"Adventure is Worthwhile" - Aesop
Camino(s) past & future
C. Frances (2016)
C. Finesterre (2016)
#59
I was all about the cafe con leches, until someone turned me on to cortados. After that I was hooked. I also l dearly loved my Estrella Galicia at the end of a long day of walking hills. Yes, not a "craft" beer (I'm from San Diego-great craft beer scene here), but more of a nostalgic taste.

of course a nice house vino tinto with some local cheese always made me happy.
 
Camino(s) past & future
SJPDP-Finisterre X 2, El Norte incompleto
#60
I had the BEST tinto de verano in Gernika this year. The bartender made it with vino tinto, agua con gas, and squeezed some fresh orange and lime juice into it. Sooooo good!
 

Jeff Crawley

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Contemplating yet another "final" camino
Porto to SdC May 2019
#61
Cafe con leche and fresh squeezed orange juice with breakfast; Kas limon during the day - I always refused Fanta limon when the barkeeper drew it out instead, which happened more often than not on the VdlP - I'ld rather drink tap water than something that sweet; any vino tinto with my evening meal.
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SYates

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#62
Cafe con Leche in the mornings and alcohol-free beer after midday whilst walking and in the evenings local vino ;-) Buen Camino, SY
 
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