Hotel Tudanca Miranda
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Miranda de Ebro
... first light I took off. There was light rain, didn't need the big poncho, just the backpack rain cover. Got into Santo Domingo de Calzada before the Alburgue opened. Easy day, only 13 miles. Stayed in Abadia Cistercienses Abby. This order or Nuns formed in the 11th century and they sing. Before the 7:30 Mass the nuns all sang Vespers, it was awesome! The Alburgue was rustic but charming. The weather has turned cold and the ...
... for the camino, but these are hippie dudes). The whole place had a very chill vibe, calm music playing, muted earthy tones, etc. The men told us they had only opened last year, and that there were a few places like this on the camino. Jens had told me about one of the others, where the hippie owners hung out with their crew all night, drinking and talking. I suspect that this kind of thing happened here. Maybe after I finish the ...
... the Pilgrim's menu del dia, and were told to go to the Cafe (not the restaurant). We did, and were joined by a very lightly equpped Pilgrim from Vancouver (we learned he stays in hotels each night so doesn't need to carry toiletries, bedding, etc.). In the cafe we asked for the Pilgrim's menu so we could order, but shortly afterward were brought 3 plates of food. We expected a menu, but were brought a meal. We thought perhaps we had misunderstood the ...
... The girls in Sam's class have been texting him for the recipe.) He also got a video birthday message from Grandma Susan Boeschen (very sweet -- and very techy!) and had had a special Skype session with three generations of Claymons -- Brian, Mike and Allan -- all together in Colorado. (His parents can't believe Sam is this old. He wears the same size shoe as his mom!)
The whole gang followed Jose into the mountains to a trailhead for a loop ...
... we focused on planning. First, Linda has only used her boots once and then got the beginning of two small blisters, which have now healed, after switching to her sandals... so, she decided she doesn't need her boots. She also projected she would not need a fleece shirt, an extra pair of pants or a silk sleeping bed liner to prevent bedbugs in marginal Albergues. So we packaged up about 5-6 lbs of her "stuff" and arranged to have ...