Casa de Tepa
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Today seemed busy! We had breakfast of eggs and ham before heading out for our 11 mile walk. We stayed most of the day on a rocky, dirt road. We saw a herd of sheep being ushered through the town streets on our first break. After a short climb, we stayed high on the hill with lots of trees, fields planted and not, and green lizards everywhere. The …
... to have brought along our iPod shuffles (iphones are the norm).Tonight we are on a mission to find a way to charge them.
I am in the 168 bed municipal pilgrim hostel. It will likely be noisy tonight - even though all of us are exhausted.
I am thinking of my curling team and the first game of the draw tonight. Good luck Lynn, Oleene and Brenda.
... myself, everyone does the Camino their own way. We walked into Astorga this afternoon, satisfied that we walked a long way today. We also had a pleasant surprise as we entered town, a man was singing to us with his guitar. Then he ran ahead and showed us how the fountain worked. When you filled your water bottle, the water squirted out of the pilgrim's guard into his mouth. It was a long, good ...
... him) situated right across the street from the Cathedral and a church designed by Gaudi. Tripadvisor warned us about the church bells ringing ever hour but they didn't seem to be an issue for us. We wandered around the streets and checked out a chocolate museum, Gaudi's church and the Cathedral. Astorga used to be known for it's chocolate making and still has about 5 chocolate makers. Dinner out was interesting ... sampled 'hamburgesa buey', ox meat. ...
... routine each day is to get up and hit the road, there is a huge rush for those staying in an Albergue as you can't book these, rooms are allocated on a first come first served basis. Once you arrive at your posada or Albergue, you shower, wash the clothes you've been wearing, hang them out to dry for the next day and then wander around the village. Dinner and to bed by 10:30pm ready to start it all over again the next ...