Hospederia Nuestra Senora de Valvanera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 40 euros for the two packages; Jens said it would have cost about 8 in Germany. The second place we stopped was at an albergue run by two hippies. It was an amazing place, by donation only. We didn't realize this and went in and "ordered" two cokes. They were presented from a fridge and when we went to pay the man just pointed to a metal box that said "donations". Cool, we ended up paying more than we would have otherwise. ...
... lovely, so we cooled off, had a drink & started off again after a 20 minute break. Our coffee con liche break was at Azofra, after a 6 Klm walk, really looking forward to it by then!! Then we continued walking for a total of 23 kms in the very hot Spanish afternoon sunWe concluded our very hot long walk that day around 2pm, only to find that our back packs had not arrived. Finally at 6pm we were able to shower & head off to a very enjoyable Pellegrino ...
... over the table and it was delicious. It was such a sleepy village, and quaint beyond belief. As i took a photo of my salad, in the background, a young Spanish boy walked slowly with his grandmother to the bar, holding her when she needed to lean on him. She was dressed in the Spanish older lady casual uniform of a velour tracksuit, older men, it's cardigans. It was really touching. There seems a very strong family bond in this part of the country, young and old caring ...
... at enormity of task.
I also spent a bizarre dinner with Pension Pepa and a random Romanian guy. He tried to tell me his name three times, but it reached that point of mutual embarrassment at my incomprehension that I had to pretend I'd got it.
"I cook very well", said Pepa mutinously, as she banged a plate of raw tuna and olive oil in front of me.
"Sure," I said nervously, and nearly licked the plate to please her (even ...
... merino socks, wicking socks, plasters, dressings, powders, potions, lotions, and superstitions; all of us hoping that we've discovered what is best for our unique feet with varying degrees of success. We all walk on, bravely enduring degrees of pain. In the towns throughout the afternoon and evening, after we've showered and stored our boots on the designated ...