AC Hotel Palencia by Marriott
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Wonderful last evening blessed by the priest, lovely Albergue despite 12 bunks slept well and fabulous Soup and vino. Today Helll, temperature dropped 10 degrees and cold all day, had to get in a sock to keep warm. Jimmys foot bleeding and She's knee dropping off. Stopped after 20k in some far flung spot. Going to sleep for 12 hours buenos ...
... more than one attempt every time. Not a very good bullfighter but still amazing. It definitely hit the top of my checklist. We have started carrying around a bag of cat treats with us. It seems when Nic can't take anymore a kitten magically appears on the trail for her to play with. She has become the talk of the town. Crazy cat lady. Eeeek! :p Someone's looking out for her though :) We are lucky enough to have a refrigerator at this albergue, so cold milk in ...
... lobby we noticed a multipurpose room adjacent to us and ambled in and took a seat at one of the round tables. A couple of minutes later, Inma appeared and asked us something. We asked for ensalad mixta which we new about and would be something simple. She seemed to be ok with that but tried to tell us something else which we finally said ok, figuring once again to go with the flow. Over the next few minutes several events occurred which gave us clues as to what was ...
... our breath. Up the hill came 3 fine Italian women on bikes. Big backpacks Jim! They asked Eugene to take their photo, he was only too willing to oblige.
Headed down the hill. Edward showed us last year to run downhill as it is easier on the legs. It is. Did it coming down the mule (calf) killer the other day Am sure people thought 2 old Irish had lost the plot. Anyway ahead ...
The roads get busier and busier as the Raven heads south. And then as we approach Bayonne the whole thing comes to a shuddering halt. The queues seem to go on for miles. The Raven does his bit, weaving in and out of the lanes, but it's hard going. There are some occasional free stretches but there are massive queues to get into all the bottle-neck peage stations. Guy reaches Spain late in ...