Hotel Miramar Badalona
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
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... we approach the village the mountains are on our left and we cross a number of ditches with water with large granite squares up high like pillars for us to cross on. My buddy can't believe I prefer to walk through the puddle. Miss unbalanced trusts herself more in mud than taking cautious steps over high chunks placed over it. Clumsy clot is more likely to fall off trying to gain balance so stuff it! Had to cave on the last one, defo going to get wet feet! Nah - go slow ...
... may be a girl but at least I know what freaking direction I am travelling. Had a really good giggle on this one. The girl isn't stupid!
A few hitos today and at one point while still in darkness there was a marker for the Camino and a marker for the Roman road. Hmmmm we thought briefly and decided to take the Camino. Didn't trust the Roman road as we got lost on it the other day or more to the point it disappeared into a field and there was nowhere to ...
... We pondered if it was the old road. We have two maps currently for the area we are walking in. They give us two different routes for both the Camino and the VDLP, none of which match the arrows of the Camino! Play safe - follow the arrows! As we wandered on Hedley keeps looking at this 'road' and decides it's a waterway. Every now and then we can see what looks like spillways - engineer in the house! Nearing our turn off the damned bitumen we can see the a bridge and ...
... as part of the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Archaeological Ensemble of Mérida.
The amphitheatre of Mérida is a former venue for shows struggles of gladiators which was built by the Roman Empire in the colony of Augusta Emerita at the end of the first century. Its construction was planned by the adjacent and famous Roman theatre with which formed the large area . It was left to the 4th century and ...
28kms in under 6 hours! We did get our butts, feet and legs down that llooonnnnnnngggg road! Climbed the hill to get out of the village gobsmacked that cafes and restaurants simply leave their tables and chairs stacked outside knowing they won't be vandalised overnight. How cool is that? Hit the dirt road and apart from a short diversion which took us through a paddock on the old Roman road for a few kms, we walked THAT road you ...