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... and they treat us like a special guest, apparently because we reserved in advance, and we've never failed to have the room held and ready for us soon after we arrive. Our room is clean, comfortable with queen bed and modern ensuite bathroom... more expensive than some at 49€, but worth it. We are located right off a major plaza and close to the major city attraction, the huge Templar Castle. The Ponferada Bridge is only a couple blocks away. After getting showers and ...
... are characteristic of this region. We walked through several little villages today that were more quaint and a bit unique from what we have seen before.
Johnna has found a woman from the Tahoe area in California, Jeannie, to walk with over the past several days. They manage a slower pace and are both healing from their shin splints and improving everyday.
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Sparky has our route for the day.
... it would be great to ride it, but no one was offering horses so he gave up his job and set up this business, leaving his wife and sons in Madrid, although she visits regularly. As we got going some of the girls started chatting and one said she had spent two amazing days at an albergue with a guy who worked there. By the smile on her face we got the picture. Only unfortunately, one of the other girls asked if it was at ... and was his name ... because he had seriously tried it on with ...
... in the 14th century and then was enlarged during the 16th century. One of the most unique features was a steep secret tunnel built down below the river that flowed on one side of the castle so they would always have fresh water, even when under a long siege. We did not partake of a Knights dinner tonight. Apples, chips, and granola bars for us. Too pooped to be hungry, besides, we spoiled dinner with an ice cream between the optical shop and the castle.
... found a pleasent equalibrum here. Locals know we are moving through and fellow pilgrams pop up and disappear only to pop up again a couple of days later in the next albergue. It's unlike anything either of us have encoutered before in travel. As basically pat as the rythem and routine of our days are no two have been the same. Between the terrain, the views, the places we eventually land and of the course the people we are on 21 distinct trips, not one 21 day ...