Hotel Rice Reyes Catolicos
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... in a very poor state and a lot are abandoned or collapsing.
When it got a bit cooler this afternoon we went for a walk up to the castle - Phew!
On the way up we saw some old cottages built back into the side of the hill, like cave dwellings.
From the ...
... for a short time in the town of Torjados to buy a Bocadillo (the equivalent of a half baguette with meat and cheese) and an orange juice at 11 a.m. And to rest my feet. The small toe on my left foot is sore from a large blister at the end of the toe. I have popped the blister, dressed it with Compeed and wound some Hikers Wool around it before putting on my Injinji socks. Despite all of that TLC, it persists in being sore. I must say I ...
... We all had a great night which was a good way to finish as I expect we won't see this group together again.
Headed off after having a coffee at the little cafe (see photo). Not much of a breakfast but Warren bought us a banana each to ward off the hunger pains as we expected to get into Burgos about 11.30am.
We started well and went through a village a few kilometres down the track and then climbed a fairly steep hill. Tough going as it was very rocky ...
... cough all night and the Italian who is either giving Hedley amazing competition for snoring noise alternating with using his phone all night is directly below us under the loft! Maybe another restless night - earplugs on the ready.
And there may be a few sore heads tomorrow. One particular Dutch lady was well under the weather before dinner and who proclaimed when she was giving away some of her food, that she ...
... a c !!!
Around 25ish ks from Leon, there was an old tenth century church that we decided to visit. It had been restored but why we wanted to see this was because it was the most northern built ...