Address: Menendez Pelayo 3, Palencia, Castile-León, 34001, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Menendez Pelayo 3, Palencia.
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    Carrion de Los Condes to Ledigos

    A travel blog entry by kimlevering on Jun 12, 2015

    3 photos

    ... look. He describes himself as a chiropractor, librarian, and historian. We are not sure which one of those is primary, but I suppose it doesn't matter, especially on the camino. He is the doctor of the group and they all seem to benefit from chiropractic sessions that he holds, in addition to blister care. He carries with him a big bag of medical supplies and a few jars of tabasco sauce at all times. He and Angelica are engaged in a relationship of ...

    Sitting on a real bed admiring my new ankle brace

    A travel blog entry by jbtravel on Jun 10, 2015


    ... socks, the blisters are on the mend. For those wondering, I stopped taking photos of blisters after the last ones because they became too depressing and a bit embarrassing! Photos to come of my socks and sandals get up. As for the taxi, this was more due to our own poor preparation and disorganisation. Since Burgos the towns have been a lot smaller (many under 20 people), and therefore very poorly serviced. This has meant our once plentiful pharmaceutical ...


    A travel blog entry by lisarickenberg on May 28, 2015

    9 comments, 11 photos

    ... If I can, the whole lot (except plaster) comes off and I start again. This method seems to be working.

    OK. When I said only 10.5 miles... It was still tough! It was straight along an old Roman road, the Via Aquitana. Pretty incredible to think that it has already been there for a couple of thousand years, and to imagine all the feet that have walked it. Not to mention the slaves who must have built it - it's been estimated that it would have taken 100,000 ...

    Winnie the Pooh meets Ian Tyson

    A travel blog entry by 2appreciate on May 14, 2015

    1 comment, 49 photos

    ... round and she just came and grabbed me and put a tray in my
    hands. I guess I did a good job the first time. It felt great to
    walk around and serve the people of this community, who have
    for centuries been serving pilgrims.

    This is not a holiday. It wasn't intended to be. D thinks we will
    do the Camino agian, walking, when we retire. We've run into so many
    people from Europe who do the Camino many ...

    Paradise Regained

    A travel blog entry by mariontrew on May 13, 2015

    4 photos

    ... limited because of my inability to speak a word of their language.

    Treacle continued to give me cause for concern, I was pleased that she had been free from diarrhoea for two days and she even rolled onto her back to have her tummy rubbed, which is something that she virtually never does, but it was then that I found a lump the size of a walnut by one of her nipples. Immediate fear was breast cancer but then I noticed a tiny tick right in the middle of the ...