Hotel Puerto Seco Aduana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... old. These fossils were thought to be earliest humans to cross Africa into Europe- that was until 2007 and 2008 when they found discovered a tooth, mandible and phalanx of much older humans, the Homo antecessor at 800,000-1.2 million years old. These discoveries have changed the knowledge of evolution and migration into Europe from Africa and have particularly exciting for the science nerds. My head was spinning with amazement and wonder looking at ...
... town to Tarjados. Found the municipal Albergue - which could be a challenge. 10 to a room, tiny tiny showers and fee by donation! Headed up town for a beer and wine, then back for a snooze till dinner time. Got the usual pilgrims meal, slightly better than normal, then crashed as always. We're both on top bunks tonight. Mine is attached to all 6 in a line. When one person rocks the bed, we all know. Should be a good ...
... from it being a palm tree to a time out signal. Today though all was revealed...it is the symbol for San Anton. With only 4 kms to go I was feeling really good. Usually by 12:30pm I still have another 10 kms to go! Anyway, we reached Castrojeriz at 1:30pm. Another beautiful village undergoing refurbishments. I guess the lucrative pilgrim dollar is the prompt for this given over 1,250,000 people have walked the Camino since 2009 with numbers increasing annually. ...
... hope for Leon which we hit in about 8-9 days and we have a compulsory rest day because we will be meeting up with Hamish, Hedley's brother in law. Have the option to spend a day here tomorrow as we still have a rest day up our sleeve but may opt to do shorter distances and add an extra day in there.
Ann is struggling with her sore knee still and now has shin splints. Have suggested she buses to tomorrow's stop and ...
... despite Spain being in a recession too (and worse hit than us, according to Bon Jovi, at least) it seems that no one ever goes to Australia. Or even posts anything there, ever. They had no stamps for Australia. It was such an off-beat request, that they couldn't even manage to add up a potential cost and cobble it together out of other priced stamps. She had to leave without anything. It took us another half hour or so after that refreshment to make ...