Puerta de Sahagun Hotel
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Calzadilla to Moratinos Yesterday was a surreal and emotionally intense day on the Meseta. Last night, three of my Camino companions went down with a sudden illness, probably food poisoning and I feel so lucky to have avoided it and hope I haven't spoken too soon! Alan in particular was very ill and we were all concerned about him. He and Sherry have ...
... at 8€ per bed. We are in a room which will cost us 16€ for the night, or if they are full, we either share our room with two other peregrinos or pay for the other two beds to keep the room to ourselves. There is a shared bathroom for all the people staying here, up to 22. The bathroom has 2 WC's, one for men, one for women, 4 showers with a door enclosing each shower, 4 sinks for brushing teeth, shaving, etc. in a common area. There ...
Time to get some distance under our belts. The adversity we've faced thus far has put us behind schedule or rather taught us that schedules are out the window on the Camino. The trail ahead is relatively flat all the way to Leon so we hope to make up some ...
... to a young guy from USA. Took the first Albergue to help Clive, but what a disaster. Very unfriendly people, to say the least. Got a private room with twin beds - could feel the springs. Clive had to sleep on top in his sleeping bag! We took a walk around the deserted town, hoping to find a bar and food. Dinner at the Albergue as there was no alternative. Sat next to Kyoshi from Japan - lovely man. Got the washing done and crawled into bed. Let's hope we ...
... so we parted ways. When I left, I was again on my own which was good even though I had enjoyed their company. Further along in the town of San Nicolas del Real Camino (a peaceful village linked to the Templar Order) I saw them stopped for lunch so bade them Buon Camino and kept going. A couple of hours later I reached the Province of Leon which is apparently the largest and most populous province we pass through, with a population ...