HQ La Galeria Hotel-Restaurant
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... of town was a 4km climb, with a steady grade of about 6%. That might not sound like much, but holy **** it required work. I kept saying to myself ... poco a poco. Little by little.
It is interesting to note that these hills have historically been a dangerous part of a Pilgrimīs journey. In times past, they were inhabited by bandits who would rob and kill those on the Camino.
The smell this morning hit us quickly and ...
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Day 12 saw me making the trek between Ages and Burgos. Due to the fact that I walked the extra 3.5km to Ages, today's walk was only 24km with elevation; long enough though as the last 10 kilometres was all on bitumen and footpath and through rather uninspiring industrial and commercial areas. The first part of the walk however certainly made up for it.The terrain was quite isolated and somewhat desolate in nature and that only added to its ...
... years (part from a period of time during the Spanish Civil War when the bridge was badly damaged). It costs 1€35 for a car to cross and .35cents for a foot passenger!! We got the elevator to the top and walked over the top to the other side for 7€.
Further on, in the Altamira Cave Museum we learnt about prehistoric some art dating as far back as 35,000BC. Dali was reported to have said that any art from that period onwards was decadent. ...
We realise we are not going to make it further west and will have to pass on Ferrol and Portugal for another year. We decide to drive towards the French border on the Spanish side of the Pyrenees. We go via some stunning scenery not least the Piedrasluengas viewpoint. A long drive and struggling to find a good campsite. We end ...
Eggs and Spanish baguette (pan), which is not as good as French baguette, for breakfast. Then we cycle into Potes to watch La Vuelta, good support but not as crazy as in England or France. Little writing on the roads and no yellow bikes on display. There is a break away group through first, approx 5 mins ahead of the Pelaton. Blink and you would miss them. they ...