AC Hotel Palencia by Marriott
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... socks, the blisters are on the mend. For those wondering, I stopped taking photos of blisters after the last ones because they became too depressing and a bit embarrassing! Photos to come of my socks and sandals get up. As for the taxi, this was more due to our own poor preparation and disorganisation. Since Burgos the towns have been a lot smaller (many under 20 people), and therefore very poorly serviced. This has meant our once plentiful pharmaceutical ...
... rural Seattle, via five years in New Zealand, now walking the Camino while waiting for her British visa to clear the way for a job in Manchester. She showed us her guide book today, a newer version the one we carry, and I'll be darned! The recommended and optional routes for yesterday's walk were reversed! No wonder we were confused.
We declined breakfast at the hotel and began walking about 7:30 ...
... days I was there. By the time I left the trees were in full leaf and the spring flowers were almost over but the site was still beautiful and I would love to return.
My next port of call was the village of Castrojerez about three hours drive eastwards. The drive was really boring as the motorway ran through flat countryside which was intensively farmed. The only points of interest were the Camino de Santiago which was still very busy, and the snow covered Picos ...
... layed in the 12th century as a Cistercian Monastery. On to the Province of Palencia and into Boadilla del Camino where many fellow pilgrims are spending the night. They have a long walk tomorrow if their destination is Carrion de Los Condes and in 31 degree heat.. I hugged the canal for the last 6km into Fromista and is best know and visited for its 11th century Iglesia San Martin, which I hope to capture on the way out in the morning. Fromista is derived from the Latin word ...
... experience! We walked 16 miles in cool weather with wind and drizzle in the morning and gale-force wind and pelting rain in the afternoon. Fortunately we were walking on sand and gravel so we didn't have to trudge through the thick mud that we sometimes see on other parts of the trail. We decided to get a hotel in Fromista when we arrived about 5 pm to ensure warm water for our ...