Hotel Tudanca Miranda
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... hire car in Spain, 5 years ago. I had brought my beautiful Hannah to Spain when she was 16, to encourage her interest in art, visiting Barcelona, Madrid and we travelled the Dali route on the 'Costa Brava', the rugged coast. It was my first experience in driving on, for me, the wrong side of the road. Our first day was terrifying, I nearly killed us multiple times, and on arriving at Gala Dali's castle-like home Salvadore had gifted her, our first stop, Hannah's ...
... to Tricio for another gathering in the Bodega, starting at 9 pm. We gave the evening's decision to Sam. He made us all happy by deciding that his birthday dinner would be pizza in the small plaza by the church. Hiking, wine and speaking/listening in Spanish all day was a lot! Under lights and plane trees dropping their wide leaves, we delighted in goofy boys and Antonio's pizza, the best we have had in Spain so far. Happy happy birthday Sam!
We had breakfast at the Parador or at least tried to. The cook had trouble cooking the sausages and we returned them twice because they were still raw. We could hear our waitress scolding 'Carmen' from the dining room. We settled for some bacon. Oh yes, a spanish omelette isn't what you'd expect. Needless to say, this was another hot day! More gradual climbing right from the get-go. In the village of Redicilla ...
... sleep will pay off in the days and weeks ahead. We said goodbye to Peter this morning as he headed out for the camino after breakfast. And we greated, Marilche/Little Mary as she walked up to the albergue this afternoon. We'll camp tonight on the rolling hill up to the hotel to prepare to re-enter the pilgrim ...
... us on. And mostly today I am grateful for my uncle, Phil. For all that he has been and continues to be in my life. As for the actual walk today, it was good. We walked through lots of towns which seem to break up the miles (and provide good coffee breaks). We got lucky and waited out our first rainstorm in a hotel restaurant. Had there been a half hour difference we would had been drenched. And we finished our evening at a Casa Rural sharing a meal with ...