AC Hotel Palencia by Marriott
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... Pastor. We met a woman walking on her own and this for her is a step in moving on since the death of her husband. A 70 year old (or young ) Canadian woman and her son walked with us for about 10kms and it was interesting to hear her story. The walk is not a problem to her as every year she takes off for a different part if the world to walk. The only walk I had in common ...
... 4) after 4-5 miles, he stops, removes shoes and socks and allows feet and socks to cool for 10-30 minutes. 5). Also, he usually turns socks inside out before putting them back on... putting wetter side of sock away from feet. 6). By exception, whenever a "hotspot" on any wear area of feet occurs, before a blister is able to develop, he puts either a healing or blister bandage on the area, covered with a stretch, cushioned adhesive tape... providing protection for ...
... both dug into the creamiest, most delicious flan we had ever tasted. Ok, enough is enough, right? Well, not quite. To top off this incredible lunch experience, a delicate looking yellow liqueur was presented to us, Hurujo de llerba, which is unique to this area of Spain, to aid in the digestion of this unexpected 2 hour culinary adventure on the Camino. We congratulated our gracious and versatile chef, hotel manager/owner, etc. and helped each other up the stairs to ...
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 ...
... have outdoor areas where you can take off your shoes. We decided to stay for the night. We found an albergue that would let us camp near their swimming pool. Sounds wonderful, right?? Well, it's also next to the barking dog and crowing roosters (which is crowing right now at 9:40pm!!) We had a good dinner with Joanne, our server, and Claudia, from Switzerland, joined us. She walked all the way from her home! We hope to hit the road ...