Parador de Santo Domingo de la Calzada
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParador de Santo Domingo de la Calzada
On pilgrimage, when injury happens, a special treat with rest and ambiance helps the healing. This is an exceptionally beautiful and tasteful hotel that embellishes the culture and history of the region. We are so pleased with both the accommodations and the staff. Highly recommended.
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We completed 21 kms in 6 hrs and departed our very hot little 6 bed alberque at 630 am.. we checked into the very Parador that The Way was filmed in. We are super comfortable and truly enjoyed today's walk through fields of grape vines and wheat fields. The weather today was overcast and we even had a couple of drops hit our faces. We have come to …
... and met a new fellow who was on his 2nd day but suffering already. As the very experienced pilgrams we are, we tried to offer as much support to him as possible. We arrived in Santo Domingo around 1:30 and checked into the same Parador John and Joyce stayed at. Lovely room and great artifacts to look at. Of course we headed over to the church to see the museum and found the chickens. There is a great myth/miracle about this ...
... we both had worked for Michelin too and we quickly became amigos. Indeed, a very small world it is! We had dinner in our Albergue with two guys from Germany. They both could speak English pretty well and Jim rekindled some of his German. We laughed and had a great time hassling and being hassled by Anna Maria, our host. Today was on balance an easy one and filled with interesting and enriching experiences. GO HOKIES! Walked today: 10.4 mi. Walked 2014: 142.0 mi. Walked total: 189.2 ...
... woods and greenery. A snake crossed the trail today.. That was a first.. Almost 15 miles with a big climb was a bit of a push but the first town we found had a population of 18 and a casa rural so we took it. My friend Dolores seems to be a walker at the same pace as me so we walk separate but occasionally share a room at a rural house... That's worked out really nice. We'll probably meet everyone that lives in this pueblo by dinner. It sure feels good to have my feet up and ...
Sitting by the side of the road having a rest after 2 hours walking mainly uphill, through forests on way to St Juan. It's been a glorious day so far. Lovely and crisp with blue sunny skies. It's taken 3 hours to do the 12Km to St Juan. According to the FitBit this has involved going up the equivalent of 75 floors. Maybe getting used to it but doesn't seem anything like as bad as ...