NH Palacio de Santa Marta
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Accommodation in Toledo was hard to get (at a reasonable price) and that, combined with its close proximity to Madrid and our keen interest in Merida and Caceres meant a visit was always going to be a last minute decision. Fortunately we decided to 'duck in' and have a wander.
The archway to the city was impressive and, as you passed beneath it into the old city you really knew it was the start of something special.....a lovely old town with ...
A small town of 2000, Guadalupe is set in the Sierra de Guadelupe, which is heading to the far west of Spain. This is a less trod route for tourists, except for the pilgrims who come to marvel at the Monastery and its precious black Madonna [one of a few in Spain]. We fluked a tour [all in Spanish] of the Monastery. WOW the rabbit warren of chambers and chapels around the main church told the story of centuries of ...
... sleep. Repeat.
Tomorrows run is 33km and I was seriously looking forward to hopefully getting my 55,000 steps in a day on my Fitbit. But after today's numerous thumps on the ankle we altered the plan. There is a village 11km which is only a short run then we could do the 22km the next day. We have time up our sleeve to do so. Problem is not so sure about Albergue in the little town, could be great like last night or be bloody awful. If it's awful then we need ...
... we approach the village the mountains are on our left and we cross a number of ditches with water with large granite squares up high like pillars for us to cross on. My buddy can't believe I prefer to walk through the puddle. Miss unbalanced trusts herself more in mud than taking cautious steps over high chunks placed over it. Clumsy clot is more likely to fall off trying to gain balance so stuff it! Had to cave on the last one, defo going to get wet feet! Nah - go slow ...
... glue in places but farking heaps better than bitumen! And my buddy has declared all the brown slugs as mobile poos!
For a national park things are so different to what we are used to. They have cattle grazing to keep the grass down and we even know where they are in the dark because they wear bells and in places they are planting some sort of trees. Couldn't see what because they'd fenced us out :( But whatever, while it's now state property, ...