Hotel Diana Palace
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... it took to reach Carrion.
As we hadn't planned our destination it was by chance we ended up at the albergue run by the Augustian Sisters. We got a bunk, cleaned up as usual then wandered around a bit. I saw quite a few familiar faces so it took a while to return to get on with blog and photo sorting. This job was soon disrupted when Joe, a cruisy mid 50s Italian, needed help ...
... we went to explore the old town Wonderful old buildings, narrow streets, flower boxes and then Sharpie instigated a walk to a tower overlooking the town - this then led to a church and battlements overlooking the tower! 90 minutes and many steps later we returned to sea level and well worth the effort !! Thirsty and hungry we stopped at our first Tapas bar and met a girl from the Gold Coast and she explained the food Oh my god it was ...
... All for the bargain price of €30 + €38!
20 km today, 68% on rural paths, max height 950m, 469km to Santiago.
Hilli - ciruelas... a useful Spanish word to know
Stuart - Camino's ancient ruins
Guy - very impressed by H's striding-ahead profile on the dusty paths of the Meseta... ...
... kind of blood mush, delicious wine, a trio of desserts. The best meal I have had on the camino. It was so nice to catch up with Maria after not seeing her for so long. I felt like I already knew Luis, because I had seen him on Skype so much while Maria was in Middlebury. After dinner we tried to find a place to drink in town but there were no people anywhere. It was creepily empty. I thought Spanish people partied all night? So we went to bed. Full and happy to have a room all to ...
... stones to build it up to the current level above the winter flood plain as it's very boggy. And there are no stones locally so they had to come from elsewhere... Having set out later it was of course hotter. It's 25 degrees now as I write this, with none of the breezes of earlier days, and those of you who have been on holiday with me (that's quite a few of you!) know that I favour sitting in the shade with a hat on. So it was a case of head down and march. I loved ...