Conde Luna Hotel
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... hi" and ask how their Camino was going. A lot of people suffer with blisters. One guy we walked with last week had to stop walking for 5 days due to blisters. We found him looking for new shoes. Sue and I went with Johnna when she returned to the PT clinic for her therapy. Johnna was brave as the physical therapist gave her deep tissue massage, dry needling and twisted her up in positions typically seen on a wrestling mat. It was hard to watch. I will take my ...
Part of this journey is being recorded in a vast slurry of numbers facts and figures. I see it often in people around me and feel it in myself when I look at my watch as we pass a km indicator.
We are also often asked how many klicks we do in a day, where did we start, how far and how fast etc. I'm not sure if any other creatures have this accounting as part of their culture of needs, dolphins are too smart for that I suspect. We humans, though, ...
... city. Walked up cobbled pedestrian street to Restaurante Lastermas and had our first " pilgrims" meal. Delicious 3 course with wine,water and bread. I had a selection of local cheeses, sea bass and vegetables and cake of the region. Great value for Eur 17.50. After lunch wandered through town. Lots of gorgeous buildings and stunning cathedral. Weather has been perfect so far so we are all enjoying the sunshine. Met up ...
... and joined the Camino at Logrono. We walked on into Villarente and wandered around a bit, tracking down our destination for the day and finally arrived at Albergue San Pelayo. (40€ for Habitacion doble con bano) at noon. Unbelievably, we have walked the Camino for nearly a month and other than the brief drizzle we encountered this morning, we have not had to walk in the rain and deal with wet clothes, mud, etc. Thank you, Camino! When we checked in, ...
... and pastries for lunch on the train. Our train left on time and arrived in Leon at 14.00. Again Syd had booked us accommodation that was only a short walk from the station, and easy to find. We dropped off our luggage and immediately set off to acquire our Credentiales (Pilgrim passports), without which we would either be able to stay in hostels, nor confirm that we had walked ...