Parador de Lerma
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
Had a good nights sleep in Albergue Municipal. The French started to rise at 6 am. Rustling about even though they spent an hour last night rustling about with their things. We pass them every day and arrive before them. Maybe they are spending more time smelling the roses.
I sang happy birthday to Eugene much to his embarrrasment. 35 again. Had a lovely breakfast in Albergue, museli and fruit for a change. ...
... hair cruising on a bike with 2 baskets and he was going on the opposite direction on the camino.. He caught my eye as we passed on the road. There was that same bicycle I saw when I was walking under a sign that said Hospital de la Alma.-- hospital of the soul. It was a gnome style home with a sign to come in.. Make yourself at home...these 2 people from Valencia and Italy had met on the camino and connected on a deep heart level... Put together ...
... out wine, laid on by a very nice local vineyard! The Way started for me in St Jean Pied de Port on the French side of the Spanish border. This is the start for the majority if people but many do begin much further afield in France, Italy, Switzerland, etc. Indeed many people do other routes entirely to Santiago but this one, the Camino Frances, is the most popular and well stocked with albergues (hostels) along the way. Day 1 was tough climbing 1200m in altitude over ...
... picking it up, but this time I had to and I did!) and from that I gathered they made the liquor here but it was drunk at Burgos. Also there were bodegas where wine was made - the grapes came from Madrid, but they made it here as there was no local wine. So now time for relaxing before dinner. 2 Australian women from Melbourne have just walked in. Quite interested to talk to them as we have hardly seen any Aussies. Will probably chat at ...