AC Hotel Palencia by Marriott
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... felt such an attraction that I had to go back and see what it was about. "Sleep in a tipi or bunk bed. Games, guitars, drums... multilingual library. Everything is possible, with tolerance and respect :)" The albergue is set on a bunch of land - more than a typical albergue. Trees and tables are scattered around the front yard, with a moss covered stone wall separating the property from The Way. Five hammocks hung up in a row. Chickens running around the yard. The back of ...
... chicken and wine, a pilgrim menu, we bought a few groceries and then went to a free classical guitar concert at the cathedral by a very talented young man. It is now time to call it a day.
17. miles in 7 hours. I love the Camino!
By the way, my toe is doing well. I did some debridement to clean up the mess of loose skin. It is healing nicely.
Buen Camino -
We have our route posted with Sparky.
... stones to build it up to the current level above the winter flood plain as it's very boggy. And there are no stones locally so they had to come from elsewhere... Having set out later it was of course hotter. It's 25 degrees now as I write this, with none of the breezes of earlier days, and those of you who have been on holiday with me (that's quite a few of you!) know that I favour sitting in the shade with a hat on. So it was a case of head down and march. I loved ...
... about the distance (or lack thereof) we are
travelling each day. I would have happily stopped many times
during the day, but was almost feeling guilty for being tired. I didn't
want to end the day early and feel like I quit too easily. So we plodded
on ... and on ... and on. At one point we came to a place and I
said, "OK, this is as far as we go today". D went to check out
availability at the one Albergue in town ...
Hi Family and Friends,
I hope this finds you all safe and well. I haven't been able to write for a while due to remote areas, lack of wi fi, managing my feet and the forever present lost in translation.I am a few days behind with my blogs so I will do my best to keep all the happenings in chronological order. I am writing this in Sahagun, a very much unplanned stop and I will fill you in on how I got here via the next few entries.
Day 16 sees a rather soulless ...