Hotel Castilla Vieja
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... 25k today, high point 900m (2,952ft). 449km to Santiago. Especially for A&R and A&E , EGC's most responsive and encouraging followers and aficionados of this Corner :- 1. to date, according to her geeky wrist device, H has taken 544,376 steps along the Camino 2. the Eglesia San Martin is shown on the back of the €10 note 3. Fromista is derived from the Latin word for cereal, ...
... puddles, and every once in awhile, a snail trying to cross the road. I can't tell you much else about what was going on around me. After about 15 miles of walking, I arrived in Fromista to the public albergue in a daze. After paying my money - too expensive for this place - 8 euros - and going up to find my bed, I just stood there for a few minutes, trying to figure out what I should do first. I was soaking wet and needed to take a shower but all of my clothes were ...
... and meeting people from all over the world. Maybe as an Australian, living down under, tends to isolate one from many countries.
So dinner was a mixture of Nambia, Brazil, Norway, Denmark, Holland, Italy, Germany and a good old Aussie - me.
Wednesday May 20
Another easy walk of 22 klms today.
Had the most beautiful walk along a riverside path, walking awhile in front, the donkey & owner. Most people seemed to miss this ...
... rolled into town, we noticed it's solidness ... not many
windows ... it looked big and sturdy ... like a Goliath church. We
learned it was built in the 13th century when this town was a
central post for the Knights Templar. The church is called Santa Maria la
Blanca, it houses the tombs of nobility, and it has been declared a
national monument. Behind the altar is a truly beautiful panel depicting
the life of St. ...
... numerous boots, low cut walking boots and sandals. She has tested each type for months at a time, with no success until trying Keen open toe hiking sandals. These worked for several months until she again started developing blisters, mostly around her outside toes. She thinks her problem stems from having a wider foot, especially in the toe area and almost no shoes can accommodate this. When the Keens "almost" worked she bought the same shoe but one full size larger. In ...