Hotel Las Terrazas
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- Non-smoking hotel
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Van tour properly begins now. We start the big drives through Spain on our way to Portugal. We drove past quite a nice looking dam so decided to pull over and check it out. Turned out to be a beautiful little spot called Ricobaya, nice sandy beach just around from the damn and some beautiful clear fresh water to swim in. Spent the night here just parked up in the ...
... villages. My guide book warned of the awful grey route into Burgos around the airport and along a main road and gave an alternative. But I missed it, as did everyone else it seemed. I was plodding miserably along the industrial zone when I saw a group of 8 Italian guys I'd met having coffee earlier. They were waiting for a No. 8 bus as recommended by their guide book! I quickly crossed over and joined them, then along came Dolores and Jennifer, who did the ...
... s 82 degrees! Old people!! Actually, she probably had too much sun today and has a chill.
After some fussing we chose to eat dinner at a cafe different from where we were staying. We had already eaten at our Albergue for lunch and wanted something different for dinner. Probably 80-90% of the menu items are the same, but that other 10-20% provides at least a little variety. For lunch, to make up for our missed breakfast, dad and I had eggs with ...
... every day at the number of pilgrims on the Camino. As you leave a village, you can anticipate your route by looking at the parade of backpacks winding down the countryside. However, there are times when we are seemingly by ourselves, with no one in sight. When you come to a village, you come across a gathering of pilgrims at a cafe, often people you have met or been walking with off and on. There are ...
... to us which was covered by an umbrella and occupied my a gentleman on his own enjoying a quiet beer. He seemed happy enough to practice his English with us. We discovered he was riding his bike from his home in Hamburg to Lisbon, a trip of around 2000 km. Bizarrely, he turned out the be the head of obstetrics and gynaecology at a private hospital. It has been very strange how everywhere I go I meet midwives ...