First world problems
We're now in Santiago de Compostella where this is the view from our apartment.
A day that was not entirely trouble-free. The sat nav in our hire car revealed its (or, if the voice is anything to go by, her) limitations. She can't properly count the exits from roundabouts, thinking that routes which just enter the junction are exits. But only sometimes. So the dulcet tones purring "enter the roundabout and take the third exit" may mean the second or the fourth.
Also, the cooker hob in the apartment, one of those flashy Siemens jobs, requires a PhD in electrical engineering just to switch it on. Trial and error works about one time in every 250.
Despite this, a five minute stroll took me to the cathedral square, where a classic car rally seemed to have ended. My favourite was this Seat.