Abadia de Los Templarios
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... great signage, well maintained trails and stunning mountain country all help. The clamshell Camino de Santiago sign is omnipresent in rural areas - especially when the town has some, relic in its church; come to think of it, every church has lots one or many relics. There would be enough splinters of The Cross around the world to make a truckload of crosses and enough bits of certain saints to make them a 30 foot giant - gee its' fun being a cynic
... foodie heaven. It was helped down with a crusty, still warm baguette.
We stopped in Rodrigo, just a short stroll from its Plaza Mayor where the Saturady market will reveal more treats. The market turned out to be a fizzer - cheap clothing and that sort of junk; but we did get 1/2 kg of lovely cherries for $1.60 at one ...
... Got about half an hour only without rain until we were well onto the 15km bitumen section and the wind kicked up and the temperature dropped to nine and I don't think it rose until long after we found the digs.
The track except for concentration wasn't difficult, and there are lots of crosses and a shelter? until we had a left turn which we knew took us up a rocky path and the we would eventually hit the bitumen. My goal for the day was to ...
... I love the sight of snow on the mountains! There are trees in the valley which must look awesome in autumn. The entire journey we are serenaded by the beautiful birds, though the whoot whoot was missing today and the sound of endless cowbells. I love the sound, but hate them tied to the cows. I wish the farmer would wear a bell for a month around his neck, 24/7, then he may see how mean it is.
At last we arrive in the village. It is very old and doesn't ...
... accommodation on the VDLP. We had two nights in shared digs, but with sheets, blankets, quilts and towels supplied. Last night was a hostel with two single beds and tonight this Albergue only has 12 beds over 3 rooms, so we may get the room to ourselves which we means we don't wake everybody up on the morning. All the same linen supply, all rooms upstairs and the street level floor is an interpretive centre for the VDLP. Unfreaking believable. The ...