Parador de Puebla de Sanabria
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Perfect night, her majesty slept till 7am. Unfortunately awoke to torrential rain, the rain in Spain falls everywhere. Up and up we went getting soaked to the skin with every step. Finally landed at Foncebadon with a population of 10 and sod all but a bar with Cofffee, joy. Onwards and upwards, Jim said his pack felt like 5 stone, and the ...
... giving to their boys. We found out from Toni that they were sort of eyeing us, too. They couldn't believe that an American couple would be camping in a small tent and walking The Camino! We are stereo-typed with big trucks and SUVs! They finished their Camino today in Ponferrada. We shared our blog link with them. So we wish them well!! We also want to extend an invitation for a family journey to Oregon. "Mucho gusto, ...
... the location. So, bike pants, fair enough, someone cycles in, but i am sure there are plenty of opportunities to change prior to afternoon drinks, or perhaps, tapas, or better still dinner. It is sometimes a challenge on the camino to determine someones reasons for doing it or in fact their their religion. Bike pants however (especially badly fitting ones) essentially remove the ambiguity at least around what religion they are. Me, ...
... yellow, purple and white wildflowers each side of the path for most of the day. Finally at around 3 pm we entered Molinaseca our destination for tonight. It is a beautiful town built on a fast flowing river. Had another nice dinner with some English,Canadian and Aussie friends. Dog tired and about to hit the pillow for a good nights sleep. Hope to be ready to do it all again tomorrow if the feet are ...
... string they would order supplies from the quarry to be set in place. There actually very few tools used. At that time pilgrims would travel to Rome, Jerusalem or Santiago. The Templar knights extended the walls as protection from the Moors in the 13th century. The grounds are in excess of 8000 m2. As we were about to leave, one of the guides stopped us and said we had not seen one important area of the grounds. We were surprised how they knew we had not ...