We got online and found this site to share:
We have blogged about Easter and Holy Week in previous years, but this year we experienced
Good Friday in more detail. Last year we caught the end of a parade with no camera. So, we recharged the camera batteries and ventured out early for a walk to town.
The Square was packed with families enjoying the morning sunshine.
It is traditonal here to visit several churches on Good Friday. We visited several... all lovely.
ll locked up, but pretty from the outside.
(You can see the sun disappeared and another storm is brewing.)
No, we didn't have fanesca this year. Fanesca is the traditional Holy Week soup.
On Good Friday, we passed this sign at a little cafe.
We really thought about having some, but we were just too full from breakfast and we were trying to beat the storm. Next year.
More pictures at the Square.
We'll be headed out for our Sunday Walk tomorrow bright and early, missing Nancy and Chuck, and hoping it doesn't rain too much. Who knows what we'll see this Easter Sunday! We're sure we'll see something cool to report on later, we always seem to.
For our past Easter celebrations, you can re-read these blogs:
Easter, 2009 (just after we arrived):