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We took a brief detour inland to Braganša, which is almost back to the border of Spain. We had attempted to make it a day trip, but taking the scenic route through the countryside often takes longer than anticipated. We spent one night in a hotel that felt like we were the only guests and that didn't seem to believe in heating. Thankfully the air conditioner in our room had a heat option on it so we didn't have to sleep with all ...
... Favourite village/hamlet: Molinesca, even if I did limp the whole way to it Best lesson learnt over the 11 days: Today is not called the present by accident - it's a gift. Statistics (rough calculation): 322km not including being lost 483,000 steps 113 hours of walking 45 litres of water 3 Gatorades 1 Coke 10 kit kats (11th melted in ...
... pig fat crisps and meat at a well-known restaurant Siglo XIII before departing for Segovia. On the way out we stopped at Monument of Los Cuarto Postes which has a view of Avila.
Segovia is small town well known for a Roman aquaduct; 894m long and 24m high. It is quite an incredible engineering wonder as not a drop of mortar/cement was used. We also wandered the laneways before departing for our camping site for the night near Puebla de Sanabria; another three hour ...
... on the track while we tried not to despair. The GPS seemed to show that the motorway was about to end. It was 7am, we had barely passed any cars and any other way was going to be a lot longer. We cycled onto the motorway cautiously. Sure enough, the signs were all saying it was finishing! From there it was plain sailing all the way pretty much! We had a great breakfast 20km in at a petrol station. A Portuguese lorry carrying a bus was stopped nearby and ...
... have been nicely preserved, but it was touristy for Spaniards - not necessarily for foreigners as it was a bit off the beaten path.
After climbing the big hill, we ended up at the castle overlooking the city. It was AWESOME! We tried on traditional pilgrim clothes and medieval armor before exploring the museum and castle. I felt like I had been thrown back in time and could just imagine the guards ...
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