Palacio De Rubianes Hotel & Golf
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... had to walk up extremely steep roads to get to the old town. We found a tapas type restaurant and promptly ordered too much food - as you do! However, to walk it off, we ventured back to the modern town down the hill in search of an ATM and eventually found one. Then the last 80km over good, if sometimes rather dusty roads ( for the following car which was lost in the cloud - Adrian) before we arrived at our personal castle. Another Parador ...
... fruit and boiled eggs often for €1 or less; sometime even asking for a donation only. In order to qualify to stay in the refugios or albergues reserved for those walking the Camino, you need to obtain a 'credencial' or pilgrims passport which is stamped with a 'sello' at every hostal and at the cathedrals along the way. This document also qualifies you for a 'compostela' or certificate of completion upon ...
... of eating late). We went to a restaurant we had seen on our earlier walk it was called Ginger but was a real mix of cuisines. We shared the following dishes - Autumn Salad, Tempura Prawns with soy sauce and roasted pork sirloin done the old fashioned way. It was very nice and very reasonably priced. It has been a long day so we are both quite tuckered out so we will be having an early night so we are ready to take on the Prado Art museum in the ...
... We are staying in a old farm house and will undertake the walk from Sarria in the Many young and middle aged pilgrims are evident along the trail, some limping badly with the curse of the Camino - blisters!! It is very warm but the weather is very changeable so we are prepared with the appropriate warm ...
Our plan was so simple. We would wait with all the luggage alongside the narrow, cobblestone road adjacent to the hotel, while David and Lisa retrieved the car from the nearby garage. Once they returned to our location we would load up our luggage and be off to Toledo. We even scouted out one of the scarce places where they could pull the car off the road so as to not block traffic.
Well, little did we know that construction vehicles would block our carefully mapped-out route ...