Salinas de Imon Hotel & Spa
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Lots of surprises have happened whilst walking on the Camino. Many would say that this is one of the special things about the Camino. Not being superstitious or religious I think that the Camino is special because of its unique landscapes and culture. Its power is in providing challenge and beauty, solitude and community and enabling people to take time out to reconnect. So, being an optimist and believing in the ...
... However, we safely negotiated our way through the good hearted banter (!) and headed off up the mountain. A mixture of road surfaces saw us at the top after a European replica of Pike's Peak. The downhill side was as good with sweeping bends and good surfaces. Entering Soria, the road works team had decide to close a number of roads in the town centre and, after an initial couple of attempts to disappear up our own exhaust pipe, we found the hotel - sat up ...
... s main train station is huge but very clean and well signed. I had to go to the loo before we left the station and found the WC (you had to pay .60 euro but it was worth it - very clean, smelt lovely, jazz music being piped into the cubicles and full make-up mirrors if required). We grabbed a cab from the train station to our hotel. As it was only 11.30 am our room wasn't ready so we dropped our bags and went out for a bit of a walk to check ...
... We are staying in a old farm house and will undertake the walk from Sarria in the Many young and middle aged pilgrims are evident along the trail, some limping badly with the curse of the Camino - blisters!! It is very warm but the weather is very changeable so we are prepared with the appropriate warm ...
Having left Sayalonga during the most stunning sunrise of our trip we then had a beautiful drive north through central Spain via Granada and Jaen. The province of Jaen produces the majority of Spanish olives and there are spectacular groves as far as the eye can see. We stopped for fuel just after Madrid and discovered a slight problem ,a 'pinchazo'
. Deep joy. Come on, you don't know what a flat tyre is in ...