AC Hotel Palencia by Marriott
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... and lack of wind indicates that the rain was here to stay for some number of hours. He probably didn't duck back inside the albergue to put rain pants on, just raised his cloak over his head and accepted the fact that he would have cold feet and slippery footing. I made my way out of town promptly, skipping breakfast, and the first village I came to was quiet for the holiday. But I had an orange and a pack of cookies from the previous day and that served well as ...
... who we'd crossed paths with many times already. Not surprisingly we identified people we knew in common and shared Camino stories. Later we went together to the hotel nearby for the menu perigrino. We joined a table with other English speaking perigrinos and participated in lively conversation about politics etc. Coming back to a night in a quiet space was very ...
Our plan is to be in Lisbon - 960klms away and stay in Sintra about 30kls away from Lisbon (40mins on train) spending one night somewhere on the way . We start early for us and go to the markets( in Saint Jean de Luz) which are just around the corner, we bought some fresh bread, cheese and fruit and there is a fabulous Paella brewing!!! On the road by 9am and think we will have a quick look at San Sebastian about 24 klms away - Well not ...
... ascending a mere 50m to 840m - there remains a trifling 405km to Santiago
Stuart - Senda somewhat monotonous
Hilli - first time I actually had to get into the shower in my clothes, wet them and then try and wash them... Biggest challenge yet!
Guy - got lost in carry-on-up-the-condes as a result of speeding on ahead of the dynamic ...
... that is somewhat famous for this town. I found the nuns already engaged in the program, but the room was very small, people spilling into the street and pilgrims inside were sharing intimate stories of the camino and it was a bit too much for me to handle. I went to have a beer instead. Manni and Sophia joined me after the show. Then, to my surprise, Jens and Marcus came from around the corner! They had finally caught up to me. It had ended up taking them four days rather ...