Hotel Diana Palace
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... needed to be washed. Ugh. I couldn't even sit down on the bed because there was not a dry inch of my body. So I opted to take a shower and put on dirty clothes. I then began a quest to wash my clothes, since it said in my book there was a washing machine. Well, it turned out to be more complicated. The hospitalera doesn't speak english and my spanish is not so good, so I think we had a series of miscommunications. At first I thought she told me that the machine was ...
... yippee) and went by the road.
Finally after 3.5 hours before joining up with the road at the next town saw a wonderful new cafe had been set up by this young guy who not only made me a perfect latte in a glass but also gave me a Turkish delight bar with it, looked out over fields and old town with the 4 Italian dudes singing Maria from Westside story over the speaker....Lynne I thought immediately of Chris!
Visited an incredible church, Santa ...
We went to the 6:30 mass (which was over at 7:02), and it was sparsely attended
... mostly local seniors, and our German Hospitalera. When time came for
communion the priest said some things in Spanish we did not understand.
Then our Hospitilara turned around to us and gestured a question ...
did we want to go up? We gestured yes, so she walked us up
to the side of the Altar. Apparently people here ...
... layed in the 12th century as a Cistercian Monastery. On to the Province of Palencia and into Boadilla del Camino where many fellow pilgrims are spending the night. They have a long walk tomorrow if their destination is Carrion de Los Condes and in 31 degree heat.. I hugged the canal for the last 6km into Fromista and is best know and visited for its 11th century Iglesia San Martin, which I hope to capture on the way out in the morning. Fromista is derived from the Latin word ...
... shoe design and size, she has reduced skin contact by wearing merino wool socks with individual toes. Further, on "problem" toes with past blister activity, she uses another Dr Scholls product, an elastic cap with gel liner that fits over a problem toe, isolating it from skin to skin contact. She began our 2014 Camino in these larger sandals and walked the first day without blisters (compared to 11 blisters in two days in 2013). Before walking, she had applied Dr ...