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Travel Blogs from Palencia
... the hotel, we stopped for additional credentials (ours are almost full of stamps!) and some supplies from the pharmacy. Our pharmacy stops are numerous, for various useful items, but my limited Spanish doesn't provide for knowing many of these items by name. So lots of Charades usually ensue. Always comical. Luckily, we could ...
... sections but not much else. Nowhere to stop for a hot drink, lunch or toilet stop, or a place to rest the feet. (No toilet facilities either....just the odd spot where you could take care of natures concerns in a natural habitat). We arrived in Calzadilla at around 1:30 p.m. And check into our Hotel/Hostel for the night but it is so early and not much to see in this town of only 60 people. Kym and ...
... before that. Usually, if u can be at your destination by 1 you can be comfortable in knowing you have a good chance of getting in a hostel. We see people arriving at 3 being turned away. If you are in a bigger city it's usually not a problem because there are hostels, private albergues and worst case hotels. Elvis and I are having trouble meeting people as they tend to get very clicky in groups with their own nationalities. Seeing as there aren't many Aussies here we ...
... say its quite funny as i have seen quite a few signs that say how long it is to Santiago and they all range drastically. The first one was this morning and it said 425. Then just before carrion, (so at least 10k after) the sign said 463k. Then I saw another that said 405k. What is up?????? Then Of course all of the guidebooks from all the other countries say a different amount as well. Can't win. today we are in carrion and we are ...
... changed and it looked like it would rain. Most folk stopped and got the rain gear on only for the sun to come out and warm up us up, so rain gear off again. Basically probably the most boring day of them all so far.
Got into the village, which is very small and basic with 2 Albergues a Bar/Restaurant and that's it. Assparagus salad for lunch was excellent, followed by yet another excellent house Vino Tinto but a bit pricier at €5.00 a bottle, as they have ...
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