Travel Blogs from Palencia
... or the flat open country there is no rock of any substance to speak of. Hence the reason why the romans had to bring in all of that rock used to build the road i walked on yesterday. Which means that the construction here is very different. Lots of timber and lots of brick. Brick doesn't last as long as a proper stone building and hence the history her has been lost to the elements over many years. I didn't realise that i had also walked through the region ...
... again, and a relaxing arvo. Lunch, sleep, wander around town and more rest. 7.30 dinner in house - and having had lunch here, we knew dinner would be ok. But.... we weren't expecting this! Mushroom soup and pork cheeks.... to die for. And what a funny night. The hosts were beautiful. She spoke good English, and he was so funny. His English wasn't good, but his character made up for it. And... he kept bringing schnapps. Along with the Irish, we had a great ...
... hostel was roomy, clean and well run, especially when the guy working there walks around offering people biscuits. They even provided, milk, coffee and hot chocolate for a donation, if you want. Back to the creepy old guy. I laughed and laughed and laughed, and then I had a nap. I couldn't help but sit there and watch Errin squirming in her seat as the creepy old guy kept getting closer and closer and closer. And she was getting jel that I was getting all the attention in ...
... warm plus his wet weather gear and any jacket he could find.
We had breakfast at a cafe two villages and about 6 km on from our start. I went ahead and ordered what I thought was 3 coffees and 3 tortillas. What I got was one very large coffee and an egg and chorizo omelette that was about 30 cms long. The boys were envious as mine came out first. Unfortunately mine was the only order the owner prepared. I can't believe it was my ...
... we moved into the open and 4km until the next village and lo and behold no coffee! The morning was just so beautiful, crisp and sunny and not hot - perfect walking weather. We turned off at the village and headed up The Old Roman road versus the modern route. May be a couple at most extra kms but well away from the road and the road less travelled. Open farmland, wooded forest, trilling birds and cuckoos, farmers on tractors, poppies everywhere and a fair bit ...
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