Hotel Alfonso V
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(Events on 8/28/2013, written on 9/5/2013.) The night before, we decided that we wanted to get an early start to the day since the distance we needed to cover wasn't that long. The alarm rings at 6:00 a.m. We complete our morning ritual and then hit the road. Our destination city of León is only 20 kilometers away. We made minimal stops and before we knew it, we were in the city limits. Having made minimal stops meant we were hungry. We ...
... The bars exist and so do the friends you've made on the road.They greet you, when you pull into a village and feel the need of a beer or coffee and a paracetemol, as though they haven't seen you for years But the people with horrendous blisters,swollen feet and wrecked knees and ankles also exist and in great numbers. The Camino is a very harsh master.There are no easy days on the Camino; there are hard days and sometimes easier days but npever any easy ...
... to eat the small version. All these places offer a free litre of beer or a bottle of wine with each racion. It used to be the other way round. They are obviously competing for business Vegas style. A group of four ordering four raciones would get four bottles of wine! Enough to wine and dine for 24 euros in total. The whole area was empty and silent when I arrived at 9pm. Being a Sunday it was to be expected. However when I left at 10pm it was as packed as ...
... was so energized we thought he would explode! He is a marathon runner and walks/runs the camino. He averages 40+ kms each day! He even talks fast! He admits that he doesn't see much other than the path. We also met two cyclists, who met on the Camino, but they both worked for the same company in Poland, and niether of them knew they were cycling the Camino until they met on the Camino a few days earlier!
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... Camino Random Observation del Dia: I will leave this one to Sara...at one point a few days into the trip, Sara turned to me and said, "Wow, this Se Vende guy is tagging [marking a wall with graffiti] so many walls in Spain. And he leaves a phone number. What is he trying to say? Is this a political message?" It was very hard not to laugh as I told her that "se vende" translates to "for sale". Camino Song del Dia: Road to Nowhere, Talking Heads. Camino Pictures del ...
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