Parador de Lerma
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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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 ...
... town to find an ATM to stock up on €'s. He returned triumphant after a 2.5 mile stroll thru the town. We then decided to visit the Colegiata de Santa Maria del Manzano, next to our Albergue before grabbing something for lunch. Santa Maria del Manzano translates to "St Mary of the Apple Tree.". Legend has it that the Virgin Mary appeared one day in Castorjeriz by an apple tree and upon seeing her, St James's horse lept down from the castille on the hill ...
... science chair, Tom, and his Spanish friend, Santiago. They came over to our table and introduced themselves. Their friend had to take a bus to the next town. He couldn't walk after two days on the Camino. We continued through a couple small towns. Rabe de las Calzados was just getting ready for Mass. We enjoyed watching the families of all ages walk to the church. The bells were ringing a special tune and were rung by an ...
... last 5 kms of today were on the road, not uncommon for the Camino, so we had to be mindful of vehicles. An ambulance drove past us so we waved them down and provided directions for the location of the injured woman. We had another break at the ruins of a convent in San Anton where a mystery was solved. Remember the bracelet I purchased at the cathedral in Burgos? There is a 'T' shaped link in it; none of us could work out its meaning with all types of suggestions ...
... go with 'Hells Bells' by AC/DC. So, let's have a lesson in 'Spanish 101' with Errin Smith. So, we just get into the area we're staying in Burgos and both of us are hungry and looking around for somewhere to eat, Errin stops me and says "ooh, burgers, let's eat there". At which point I turn around and look at the building she's referring to, err, umm, Rural Burgos! I nearly fell over with laughter. But you got to love her. Errin only saw the first four letters ...