It comes from: Dulcinea looking at Don Quixote in the windmills.  Cervantes is present everywhere in La Mancha No one has told me why Cervantes finished Don Quixote’s book that way. My conclusion seems reasonable enough. I will continue to use this argument while no one gives me a better argument to understand why he used

Statue of Dulcinea looking at Don Quixote and Sancho Panza in the Windmills of la Mota del Cuervo. We know that Don Quixote was in love with Dulcinea. But what did Dulcinea think about Don Quixote? Look at this picture and imagine what was in Dulcinea’s mind when thinking about the famous Knight of La

Windmills of Don Quixote or gondolas in Venice Two American visitors said to me that before coming to the windmills, they were just coming from becoming engaged in Venice in a gondola in a channel of Venecia and with a gondolier singing a beautiful song for them. I said to them. ‘This is very, very