Hotel Juan II
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Outdoor pool
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Toro
... song was deafening and then the scent of those white flowers fills the air and you know without sight that you have changed scenery. As the light breaks you see trees around, though the Spanish trees are small, you're on heavy gravel road, but thanks to yesterday afternoons thunderstorms it is soft and the rocks don't move under your feet so much. Covering ground at good pace.
We turn and head up a hill over stony ground, picking my way over this rough ...
... get eggs - if no dins at bar we will have to make do with something cold from shop - go to bar - they boil eggs for me - God bless them! - use wifi after being told no internet in town - sit - drink and eat the arvo away. The locals come in and play cards very noisily,
Tomorrow we turn west and start to skirt northern Portugal or at least look over the border. The VDLP (original version and Roman way) actually continues North to Astorga and ...
... and all walks of like who come here.
Going fine until we make a turn and oh **** - nightmare - rocks rocks rocks, the ones that cause me grief and slow me down like crazy and force me to focus and concentrate! Arrgghh! Buddy says this is the road all the way to digs. I don't know whether to cry, laugh, and in the end simply fark it, it's gotta be done. Chug chug!
Can't believe it only lasted a couple of kms and then simply changes to a normal gravel ...
Bounced out of bed at 5 and packed and warm breakfast to start the day. No one else showed at the Albergue for the night so we could make all the noise and turn on the lights this morning. With a hot plate we could boil water for tea and we could heat the mini toasts for brekky. Started our walk with warm bellies which was great on 3.3 degree start. Nutters!
Out the door by 6:05 down easy rural farmland roads for the day. Well marked and no geographical challenges ...
... for a menu del dia as they were for lunch. Left the fellow a good tip - he deserved it!
Headed out with the Belgians who are going through to Zamora to finish their Camino we follow a disused railway for a few kilometres before turning into pristine farmland with patches of grains, canola, new ploughed fields and fallow ground interspersed with the odd vine paddock. The colours of the ground and the road are so ...