Hotel Palacio Coria
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Portugal the land of flies and barking dogs... Left a relaxed time again (not lazy as Germans called me) and had a few expresso's in the local cafe where interacted with the locals -luckily my sign language worked well as my Portuguese is not good. Set GPS south for a place off the main roads that liked the sound of "Torre de Moncovo..."there is something really liberating about travelling with no real ...
... 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 ...
... engrossed in the beautiful black cows. They look at this human specimen on the ground. Why is that stupid person trying to slide across the ground, she has legs like us. They continue to stare. Drag myself up - let shock subside - oh for crying out loud, stay on your feet, this is painful - literally! Hobble the next 500m and its a couple of im before I can walk properly - sucks!
With no more face plants we reach the detour to Grimaldo where we hope to get coffee ...
... who was with us the other night and the Dutchman I thought was a French man - oops! They also headed for the closed Albergue and were peeved off and caught a taxi. These two guys are embarrassed about that but they were up for a 45km day! No shame we say. We are all working around the re route and working how to get around a 39km day. Think we have it sussed. Tomorrow most likely 30kms and about the same for the next few. Thems the breaks when you take on the ...
... and others where it was necessary to stop and survey the possibilities before crawling on further. Lesson number one - shortest is not always best! RL had the foresight to carry a spare sump all the way around Spain but, in spite of BEs efforts, it remains in the boot! We eventually emerged onto smooth tarmac and shortly thereafter arrived in a town with a Parador hotel where we stopped to recuperate and have a bite of lunch We had about 50 miles ...