Parador de Puebla de Sanabria
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- Swimming pool
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... there was nothing there so I had to keep going - still steeply downhill to Molinaseca. Along with my friend Bill Bennett ('The Way, My Way'), I found myself unreasonably irritated by a big hiking group who are 'doing León to Santiago' in two weeks, accompanied by a large coach every day and only doing 'the pretty bits'. They looked at me as if I was crazy when I said I'd started at at St Jean. Gee, a real pilgrim! But we mustn't judge. I was probably just grumpy ...
... wool blanket provided by the Albergue was a welcome necessity.
We didn't even delay for coffee. Off to the next village only 2 km ahead, Santa Catalina! Cute village with a precious brand new Albergue, large comfortable dining room with stone walls and fireplace, serving fried eggs and properly cooked bacon! They even buttered our toast and served it warm. Delicious. Had we know about this place we would have walked further yesterday. We just have ...
... our camera it is a shame I canīt get a picture of her working the tech, suffice to say she has her eyes on Cam more than on me most of the time. Itīs OK since communal living precludes a lot of romance at the moment.
Typically we find a bar or albargue with wifi. Can we connect? If so, is there any connection speed? We have learned to test the speed via uploads of the many pictures and videos we hope you're looking at. If speeds are good, we are ...
... creme, which of course, no surprise, was outstanding. And it was all washed down with an excellent local red wine. Amazing. After dinner, we talked chocolate further, and Laura gave me local chocolate to try that included Cecina (thinly sliced, dried salty beef, cured like prosciutto). The other local chocolate she will prepare in the morning, she showed me, contains flour! That's why their drinking chocolate is so thick, the chocolate actually contains 15% flour ...
... and marsh and water in the dark requires some effort. For a 28km day this was going to be slow going. Took nearly an hour to get the first 3km down the road. And alas as usual, many villages and no coffee. We wandered through rough territory with patches of smooth going and some patches of bitumen before finally hitting a larger town with a beautiful old city perched atop a very high hill. Wandered up a couple of kms of bitumen and finally found a cafe and a bite to ...