Puerta de Sahagun Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Day 18 stats:
Total so far: 414.4km
Started at 8.30am and arrived about 2pm
I shouldn't have been so ******* the walk yesterday as it was the original Roman road, Via Aquitana, marvellous for the fact that it had to be so built up above the bogland that tonnes of rocks were literally brought in from elsewhere …
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Well several times now I've posted a report on the previous evening's fun, but last night's pilgrim supper was the best so far - although not for the food. Marian and I sat with the Canadian couple I keep bumping into but I didn't know …
After enduring the international quadraphonic snoring competition in the dorm, where H acted as dorm prefect, by extinguishing the lights at 1115, we staggered out into the dark square at 0645. Thankfully our spirits were immediately raised by huevos con bacon in a nearby cafe. Most of the long morning walk was on the route of the Roman road, Via Aquitana. It was straight, flat and contrasted with the ...
A slow start to the day for us all. Perhaps a bit too much wine the night before. I walked today with the merry band. Garth, Justin, Dearta, Matt, Evan, along with Zinnia, a vegan British girl I had met in hornillos. We stopped in EVERY town to drink a beer. It was so much fun. We really enjoyed the whole walk, singing and entertaining ourselves. At one point Garth held an entire fake radio show, interviewing each of the pilgrims with his walking stick. The guy ...
After a huge delicious buffet breakfast with Maria, the two of them walked me down The Way until the edge of town. I would be seeing them the following weekend, so no major goodbyes were necessary. The walk today began with a 17 km stretch with no services or water. It was one of the stretches on the camino that are thought to be meditative. Jens suggested I do it alone. So I did. Very alone. If you start your camino late enough in the day you can escape the crowds ...