Parador de Lerma
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
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... 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 ...
... made the calls for Jim. One son, Pablo, manages this Albergue and his other son manages the Hostal Santiago that we will stay in a couple of nights from now. I kidded the father that owning two hotels, he must make lots of money (dinero) to which he laughingly, responded that he never had any dinero! After getting a lunch at a bar, we took a brief walk around this small village passing by the church, which was not open and on our return, found a mercado ...
... and my words have helped each of us remember the important details of the day. We can edit each other's words/captions and collaborate on the post. It's been a good tool to help pass the time of exhaustion, sitting at a bar when maybe even talking is too much ...
... You know, I'm not so sure that it would work nearly as well. There is something about the pace of walking or biking that enables you to connect with and experience a place on a more intimate level than a vehicle allows. There is also an enhanced sense of discovery and surprise when you are working hard to get to a place. Rick and Jamie can probably attest to this from their own biking and hiking experience. When I left Cindy ...
... hermit Saint Anthony of Egypt. In the Arco it is possible to see the alcoves where bread was left out for pilgrims on their way to Santiago. There is also an Albergue there so it is possible to take a rest break there too. So we went in among the ruins and had our lunch, stamped our pilgrim passports, had a rest before the final push to Castrojeriz 4 kms away. On the way to San Anton, we were coming down a rocky pathway and toward ...