AC Hotel Palencia by Marriott
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... future. People always ask what you do straight after the question 'where are you from?' Actually we usually hear tbe words 'you are Australian' as they quickly identify our accent. Amazing how many have been to Australia or want to visit. Tbe really interesting thing is when tbey find out tbey are walking with a Pastor and a past missionary. Usually quite positive and they sometimes talk more. In the afternoon we walked with Jane, a lady ...
... tomorrow. Yay! I didn't know warm milk was a thing until Europe. It's more than just a thing here. ....and if I hear, "Bon appetite," one more time I'll throw my banana at someone...... I probably only said that because the first snorer just started and the person underneath me is rolling around (...it's Nicolette). :p I could make some crazy money on this camino. Nic and I have been talking that it will blow up soon. It's already becoming the Disneyland for ...
... jamon, caso, fritas and bread. Inma "explained" in perfectly clear Spanish when Jim asked about lunch (comidas) that "si" and that something would happen at the hotel ( which did not seem to have a restaurant) from 2:00 to 9:00. So, going with the flow, as we have learned to do, Jim returned to the room and it being 1:05, we decided to take a nap. At 2:10 we both stirred from our nap and decided to go downstairs and see what might develop. When we arrived downstairs ...
... this morning a young woman took off down the hill and we joined her. She told us to run on our toes as it saves the knees. It really works folks She is Elizabeth from Germany, studying physics. Doing the camino to grow up. She has already done most of the Camino del Norte last year which is very tough. A lovely young woman.
After Itero we fell into company with a ...
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 ...