Hotel Rey Sancho
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... burnt out hippie guy whose name I can't remember. The campers had arrived at this location a few days before and stayed because they liked it so much. I understood. After eating half a bocadillo and sufficiently catching the vibes, I decided that if I ever did the camino again, I would stay here for a few days. In fact, if I didn't have to meet Maria later, I would have probably stayed over. After I left the hippie oasis I went straight to Carrion de Los Condes. It is a cute ...
... see Marian at the bar, and Rod and Delana arrived a bit later. When you consider that they are into their 70's and Delana had an accident two years ago which badly damaged her leg and face, they are amazing. It's a really friendly place with locals at the bar, farmers stopping by on their tractors and a big pilgrim supper tonight with everyone from the albergue next door, which is owned by the same man, a charming seasoned pilgrim called CÚsar. It should be fun. ...
First town, Margot & Felice immediately asked how I was as everyone who had the chicken the night before was very ill and stayed behind. After that I then walked with them for the rest of the day and they took me to a refugio, which is a donativo for pilgrims because Margot's Dutch book said it had gregorian chanting in the morning and it was good. Well I was lucky to get in. The man actually turned me away and told me " madam you are ...
We tossed our sleeping bags onto our assigned bunks, had a quick
change of clothes, and then went to the very quiet (lonely) square to
sit and have a glass of wine. I have discovered the vino
rosado (pink) and am really enjoying it.
The church here is not like ones we've seen before. As it appeared on
the horizon in front of us a few kilometers away we could tell it was
... from Canada told me how he had to go to casualty in Najera due to infected blisters and with penicillin he stayed there three days. He was told not to walk for seven but after three he couldn't bear it any more and so far so good.
Villalcazar de Sirga has been welcoming pilgrims since the 12th century when it became a commandery for The Knights Templar.The town also houses the beautiful Santa Maria (13th century Templar Church). I stole one photo as you weren't supposed ...