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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Had a great break in Santo Domingo. Made a taste sandwich for lunch then headed to the cathedral and bell tower.
This is the cathedral with the roosters... There is a story of the camino and miracle that includes a rooster...
We booked beds for the girls in one of the albergue in Santo Domingo. They hope to make it here tonight and then tomorrow we will hopefully meet up. They will have a long walk ...
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 ...
... He wasn't sure how far he would walk as he was on his own and we never saw him again.
I had an uncomfortable night as something I ate didn't agree with me, so I was up a couple of times. I was pretty worried about walking 22km in open country but luckily Warren has a tablet for all occasions - this time a stopper. Other people picked up a similar bug and suffered badly on the walk. My problem was that I felt OK but my diet for the day was water, a ...
We walked the 20 - 24 kms from Belorado to San Juan de Ortega - an unexpected change in scenery (the walking notes said we would be crossing mountains - but we didn't even see them coming!) as at first we continued like yesterday through open rolling farmland, then after going through a little town - Villafranca Montes de Oca - we went up a steep path and found ourselves way up in another world, and the path continued through oak and pine forests, with heather everywhere. This ...
... forward. At the peak of this spot we came across a cross surrounded by stones for various intentions. (This was in the movie). I kept running into Mark all day and in the end he tired a little and I was able to walk comfortably with him. He was heading to Burgos (Big Town). I decided that I had walked enough and headed down the path to a little Albergue in Cardenuela. It was clean and now the sun came out. We ...