Hotel Palacio Coria
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Coria
... mind and choosing the roads and routes as the feeling takes you. Thought local City some interesting back streets and again lots of closed businesses - but got to see different side of Portugal, could tell by the looks I reviewed that few Euro riders had been the way. Met some other Scottish bikers on BMW's Said you must be heading for .. Sounded good so put in sat nav. We all commented on the excellent ...
... we couldn't help :(. But in kicking everyone out who wasn't finished looking, they all just parked their cars anywhere blocking all access until someone got smart and said they could drive around to the arch. Like what the? Funny to watch. I love seeing how different cultures work - so funny and at times we really get how much of a nanny state and country we live in. There needs to be balance between the two.
Another highlight of the day was catching sight of the first snow in ...
... away. So tonight they say 8pm! Arrgghh!
I know I've said this Camino is soooo different but truly it is. The place is over run with French walkers with the odd German, Dane, Spanish, etc. thrown in for good measure. We are both so glad of a buddy or it would be lonely - English is hard to find as a language. The Finnish are excited, because they are tired of speaking German but.......they are incredibly helpful in getting things interpreted. They speak both languages ...
... where we run back into the Calzado Romano (the Roman road). Now part of that is gone as when they built the reservoir they flooded an old Roman village. They claim to have rescued the bridge, but no one knows where it is so the story goes.
So now back on familiarly territory following what we came to follow. The sign (posted pic) says 800m to Albergue which we found out last night is indefinitely closed. We find out from others including the ...
Breakfast was at 08.00. We needed an early start and we also knew that there were a couple of dozen Japanese in the hotel who had been told by their courier that they had to have breakfast at 8a.m. So, ready and prepared we were at the door of the dining room on the dot - as were they - but we won the war (again) and managed to get to the buffet first I.e. Before they had the chance to denude it like a swarm of locusts! Being a bit quicker, we were able ...