Hotel De Floriana
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Started out later than expected, about 10 am. Puncture, extended breakfast but it was fresh and quite pleasant. We rode on the Camino a while and joined the road when it got too narrow and busy with walkers. As we gradually climbed the clouds got closer and enveloped us in thick mist, very wet mist. Ok it was rain. But not too cold at first. As we …
Thank you everyone who has submitted comments to our blog. We enjoy reading them, and your encouragement means a lot to us. We have 10 days of walking and just over 200km left. If you have specific questions, please submit them and we will do our best to answer. The "tourist" side of the Camino is beginning to become evident. I say this with a bit of arrogance as we ourselves are tourists; however, it somehow feels nobler that we ...
Today was biking day1, finally.
Yesterday we had an easy trip from Barcelona to the interior of Spain.We stayed in the beautiful town of Astorga- which had once been a Roman capital. We explored the stonewalls and many squares. We also picked up our pilgrim's passport - to be stamped along the way.
This morning, we waited impatiently to get our bikes at 9 am and then did the usual adjustments/ testing, loading regime. Finally ...
Today was extremely long ... and emotional, too. Our trek was 18 miles with lots of climbing on narrow, rocky trails. The highlight of the day was the Cruz de Ferro, where we left the rocks we've been carrying since we left home. It is hard to believe this day has come and is behind ...
... most of the day is supposed to be like this. When we reach the first village past the Cruz de Ferro, we must stop to give our knees a break. Looking through Gabe's guide of the Camino, we learn of an alternate path that stays along the side of the road but will merge again in our destination city. The alternate is not as steep and we decide this would be the best route for us so we don't ruin our knees. Even though Gabe's knees are hurting, he still wants to take the ...
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Showers were fantastic, hot really hot and jets coming at us from several levels!
But not a good room for us, directly over the outdoor seating area, on the main road too. We needed to sleep early, the Spaniards eat late and chatted noisily till past midnight. Otherwise fine, laundry was € 8 done by the next morning. Very smart modern hotel.
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