Parador de Lerma
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Parador de Lerma
Travel Blogs from Lerma
... that were not rickety, creaky and metal. We shared a shower and went outside to just sit. This Albergue had a communal meal for 12 people, and we were fortunate enough to be 2 of them. The main was an amazing paella ... and the company was even better.
There was the man from Ipswich who was impressed that I knew where it was, could pronounce it correctly, and had actually been there (props to Dave). He was smart, witty, very well ...
... beginning early afternoon! Perhaps overnighting there would have been a good idea after all. Our decision had already been Madeline reservations in Hontanas, and two of our three backpacks had been sent to one of the Albergues there, so on we marched. Without shade trees, benches, or even a grassy area to get off the dirt road we were hard pressed to find a comfortable place to rest. The fields here were extremely rocky and every so ...
... 10k over lovely farming countryside and landed in probably the longest small town in Spain. Got another room for 3, not exactly nice but food delicious and Jimmy already in the land of nod. She caused me more embarrassment by putting her shorts on inside out then changing them on the camino just as 3 blokes came round the corner, folks you don't know how poor Freddy ...
... supermarket, Red Leader hailed a road sweeper and obtained instructions. Unfortunately, due to the language barrier, the aforementioned supermarket was not found but everyone enjoyed the extra long walk that resulted. Another long day of 240 odd miles. Mainly fast roads with the odd twisty climb saw us reach Avila and the Parador (free parking) for a coffee and loo stop, although the girls had to wait until the cleaners had finished. And Mrs Overall in the cafeteria didn't really ...
... her journey from Germany! While walking today Paul and I realized that before beginning our Camino, we had imagined the average age of walkers to be 40-50. However, we would change that to late 20's now. Maybe it's because of the summer months when young people might be able to take the time off from work or school. As one walks to towns, some of the hospilateros drive the route to drum up business. At first it's ...