Zenit Dos Infantas
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Left Pinhao not knowing where we would stay the night. Another hot day !! Not complaining, though. Again, drove through the beautiful mountainous countryside, then headed down to Vila De Foz. Arrived at just the wrong time as most places were closed for siesta, so had a quick look then moved on. Eventually found a roadside stop and had a lunch of bread and salad - very basic but ...
... Today there is still only limited access but its all clean and paved and definitely a place that draws the local people. There is now a large modern city outside the walls which did not exist 45 years ago. The whole thing astonishing. I'm glad I have returned. There are long promenade streets and a vibrant market selling potteries. We got the only room left in town at the elegant Parador right in the heart of the old town. We walked out with thousands of people in town ...
Zamora - could be the title of a Dean Martin song. The town brought out my inner crooner - comfy and cleverly modernised NH hotel, honey coloured ancient buildings, a once a year ceramic market, storks nesting on bell towers, breakfast of organic fruits, local sheep cheese, fresh roasted coffee, mild sunny day. (Wifi is a constant challenge so this blog will need to be polished with pics later. ...
... in the chapel. Nothing too religious just wished us a good Camino. In the church one fellow said he was walking for his friend who had died the year before. Very moving.
We left La Faba as we arrived the day before, on the uphill, muddy track that went for over half a kilometre through the village of 10 people, and then out on to the main road. The 5km to O'Cebreiro was as difficult as we have climbed but we ...
After driving 5 hours across central Spain we have made it to Zamora. This is a walled city near the border of Portugal and was extremely nice. The area around the cathedral and castle have been made into a lovely park, and the views from atop the old city wall provided great viewing of the river and bridges below.
We arrived on Sunday night, and when we exited the hotel around seven we found the streets flowing with ...