Hotel La Capellania
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... share of maladies, including wrecked knees, fibromyalgia, and mostly blind. I'm continually humbled by people along the way here... But I fell in step with an American pair--mother and daughter--from Portland! We parted after arriving in the small town where they'd booked a hotel and exchanged contact information For the final leg of the walk to Beldorado, I was joined by Ken, an American man from Buffalo, NY. I was about to forge into the ...
... survive. Villamayor del Rio has only 50 permanent residents, one Restuarant that is not open today, no shop that we have detected and only one other form of lodgings that is called 'the Club' and rents rooms by the hour. Our Albergue is family run, very comfortable and clean so we are very happy. We noted today that there always seemed to be a church spire in view as we moved from one village to the next. The Church is most often at the centre of each village and ...
... out, only to discover it was not potable. This is when we met our second day angel... a grandma and her grandson watched us we discovered that we would walk the last 5 km without. She said in Spanish. . Do you want some from my house. We accepted. . We followed her and she invited us in...sister could not remove her shoes .. even though it was not expected. I entered knowing the importance of water. ...
... too early on, and it was worth the wait. Photos were taken, as I think this is the last I'll see of this group,mas I head to Najera tonight, and they were staying on. Someone pointed out the camera on one of the phones had everything enlarged ... "no", I screamed loudly, "that's just my liver" ... it was time I took my one woman show and left town, as I was on a roll, and whilst entertaining, things were headed in an hilarious direction that would have left me with a ...
... a five star hotel and I am surprised at the complaining.
Tonight I am in a very simple hostel. It is the original parish hostel adjoining the church of Santa Maria y San Pedro. There are 24 beds and payment is by donation. I think the people who have chosen to stay in these minimal quarters will be a bit more respectful, tolerant and grateful.
The vineyards and olive groves are over. Today's walk ...