Hotel Palacio Congresos
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... with two big churches. I was there quite early - the earliest I have been this whole trip - so I sat and drank some beers while I waited to check into the hotel Maria had reserved for me. During this time I ran into Manni and Sophia. Somehow I had beaten them to town. They must have taken a long break for lunch. The hotel Maria and Luis had made a reservation at was breathtaking. The Real Monastario San Zoila. It is a beautiful monastery that holds relics of San Zoila, a ...
... I have seen a bit of and has now finished her Camino,a guy from UK, Italy, and a Dutch woman.
Monday May 18
Not a fun night.... 3.30am got food poisoning and can I tell you climbing up and down from a bunk trying to not disturb people and in a hurry is no fun....what a night.
Felt very ordinary but stumbled off next morning towards Castrojeriz, only 21 kms away and places to stop every 5 klms even though walking on the Meseta (no trees or ...
... rolled into town, we noticed it's solidness ... not many
windows ... it looked big and sturdy ... like a Goliath church. We
learned it was built in the 13th century when this town was a
central post for the Knights Templar. The church is called Santa Maria la
Blanca, it houses the tombs of nobility, and it has been declared a
national monument. Behind the altar is a truly beautiful panel depicting
the life of St. ...
... from Canada told me how he had to go to casualty in Najera due to infected blisters and with penicillin he stayed there three days. He was told not to walk for seven but after three he couldn't bear it any more and so far so good.
Villalcazar de Sirga has been welcoming pilgrims since the 12th century when it became a commandery for The Knights Templar.The town also houses the beautiful Santa Maria (13th century Templar Church). I stole one photo as you weren't supposed ...
Boadillo to Carrion de Los Condes At 7.15am it is completely dark with only the stars and a quarter moon to offer a twinkling light on the village streets. So I was glad to have packed my head torch to seek out the way markers at this early hour. As the deep red sky opened a new day, the forest trees provided a perfect silhouette to provide a scene you can only get at ...